Hi i have recently bought a ACER 19" LCD screen.
I have installed all the latest drivers and updates for both the monitor and my Video Card but when i try and play a particular game i get a floating window box saying "Input Not Supported".
This is a mystery because the game loads and plays/works fine but the little message box will not go away.
This is a very recent problem, the last time i played was two days ago and the box did not show on that occasion or any before that.
Any help would be muchly appreciated.
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Once the drivers are installed, your issues should be resolved - the driver will allow only the modes that can be displayed on the monitor - probably giving you options for resolutions you hadn't seen before.
sounds like the drivers might need to be updated for the monitor and the graphics card. Most monitors install with windows drivers, so it could just be the graphics card that needs updating. What is the make and model of your graphics card
This is a communication issue starting with your docking station. Sometimes updated drivers are neede to insure that a device works with all devices between your pc and your laptop. Check on Dells website to see if there is an updated driver. In additon you may want to run the cd that came with your monitor, they are always shipped with a cd with drivers on them!
what you may need to do is find an accepted screen resolution, as your screen is 19" widescreen and your notebook will be set for a normal monitor display, so either try the auto button on the screen or look at the properties of your graphics card om the notebook to find supported screen resolutions for extended displays.
the game will need to be set to the same screen resolution as your monitor or the best that suits, beccause of it being widescreen, so look in the graphic or video settings in the game, or change the resolution of your monitor to suit the games highest setting.
This is done by right clicking on your desktop, down to properties and then the settings tab in the next window and then move the slider at the screen resolution box.