01-20-2012 06:29 AM
I have a Compaq Presario SR2180NX computer with a HP W19b monitor. Lately the screen fonts/resolution change on their own to a much larger size. I have gone into the resolution to change it a few times. Now when doing that, my monitor screen went black and a box with "ATTENTION" Input Not Supported" is floating around the screen. I have restarted, unplugged it and restarted but I can not get the screen to display anything else. Suggestion? Comments aside from buy a new, updated thing? Many thanks.
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Re: Monitor went black with "Input Not Supported" floating around on screen.
01-20-2012 06:42 AM
Then update the graphics driver.
05-07-2012 05:18 PM
Updated the graphics driver & didn't help. Have Presario 1923wm and HPw19. The floating Input Not Suppported happened after updating Windows. Any other ideas?
06-04-2012 12:42 PM
I just got dual monitors and when i plugged the second one into the splitter is says "input not supported" ive tried everything to fix it idk what my grahpics card is because i cant find it, lol, so if anyone knows can you pleae help thanks.
06-05-2012 01:28 AM
you should open your own case.
>idk what my grahpics card is
Nevertheless we need more informations from you!
What's your pc model? os? Both monitor types?
Splitter? A splitter only doubles the image, so real dual monitoring, only dublicated.
"Input Not Supported" just means that the monitor can't display the current resolution - you would need (almost) equal monitor models to display the same. I assume they are too different to display the same ...
08-25-2012 05:40 PM
could someone help me so I can play some my games this only happen on a few games. Thank youi really appreciate the help Carol I just bought my HP a few weeks ago and I'm having same Problem
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