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Q: NO INPUT SUPPORTED--Desktop Computer Stuck On Input Not Supp...

While trying to adjust the resolution I apparently picked a level that Windows hp doesn't like. My monitor now has a box which says input not supported floating around on it and no matter what I try (esc, control-alt-delete, restarting) I can't access my computer at all. PLEASE HELP!


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A: NO INPUT SUPPORTED--Desktop Computer Stuck On Input Not Supp...

Hi there @145755, I hope you find your Support Forum experience a positive one! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts, and other support personnel. I understand that you have changed a setting on your computer and now the display is not working. I am happy to give you a hand with this. Please post the full product number for your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information. HP Desktop PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number, Serial Number or Product Number? I would suggest you try to start your computer in Safe mode to load basic screen settings. See this document: HP PCs - Windows Safe Mode (Windows 10, 8). As you are unable to see the display properly at this time you will need to follow the process described for "Entering Safe Mode without access to Startup Settings". If you are able to get in, then make the needed adjustments to your display settings, then restart your system normally to see if the display will come up properly. If not try a different screen resolution. Please let me know whether that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.

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getting no signal input and input not supported messages!
i dont know whats wrong with my pc. and i just spent 80 dollars on a power supply 3 weeks ago. i cant afford to take it to geek squad or something to fix it right now.
I have a custom built PC by a guy a met at school. bad choice. anyway i have a windows vista OS but its only a trial account cause this dude ownd me and i didnt notice it was a trial till 30 days after.
32 bit windows vista home premium OS
geforce 9500 gt
Amd Athlon II X2 250 processor 3.01 GHz
4.00 GB ram
asus MB, not sure what kind all i see is asus
only starts in safemode with networking
Aoc moniter or Adc not sure what it says .
my moniter is plugged in to my video card its an off board.
what is causing this?
a few days ago i downloaded my latest video card driver, restarted the pc and it WAS GOOD! back to normal!! after using it and finally being able to listen to music and play games. i restarted it to see how it would work and it went back to the black screen with red writting in the middle " input not supported"

a few days before this happend i got a virus called anti malware GO or something like that. i downloaded iexplore to get rid of it , i deleted the files and it was gone. im sure it had something to do with it.
please help i cant afford to get a windows 7 or vista upgrade for another 2 weeks so how can i fix it now? could my video card be messed up even tho im on the same PC now in safemode with networking?
 

A:pc only load in safemode, no signal input , input not supported

duplicate closed
http://forums.techguy.org/general-security/985255-pc-only-loads-safemode-input.html
 

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Sir in my windows 10 after one hour my desktop shows input not supported so what I do
I decrease resolution size and I updated displayed drivers also but no use
 

A:after one hour my desktop shows input not supported

So you are saying that if your restart your computer, it works for an hour, then the error pops up? And then you can restart and it works OK for another hour?
 

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Hello, this technically could be combined/should be posted in my other topic, but this is an urgent need..

If you read my other topic about my monitor tinting, it is indeed my monitor, not my video card, not my power supply, and nothing to do with the computer itself. But, right now my monitor is fine to use other than the tinting.. I will be replacing the monitor with another monitor in the VERY near future. The only problem is that I tested the monitor on Windows XP and it worked fine on the computer with Windows XP (the one I'm writing this from) except the fact that it's also tinting on XP. This monitor says "Works With Windows Vista". It's an Acer x193w LCD monitor. I believe it's 20" or something close to that. I thought the monitor would have no problem from going to Vista -> XP - > Vista, but apparently something changed in the monitor that isn't allowing my computer with Vista to use it again. There are two slots on my new computer, one lower and one that makes the cord attach sideways, the bottom slot when attaching the monitor cord says "Input Not Supported", which means I'm guessing this is the right slot, as I do not remember which slot I originally used it on, and then the other slot says "No Signal". I've read on the internet about something about called "Refresh Rate", but I've never used it before and have no clue how to use it.. If it involves interaction with the com... Read more

A:Unplugged Monitor From Computer, Now No Signal/Input Not Supported.

If its a resolution issue you need to try and boot into safe mode. Do you get anything onscreen at start up or does it go immeadiately into unsupported mode?

I've never tried to get into Vista safe mode so I don't know, is it still done by tapping the F8 key or the F5 to get the boot menu? Anyway, once booted into safe mode you will be able to see the screen and reset the resolution to a supported one if that is the problem.
 

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I tried to play the old version of metro 2033 on my PC, but as soon as I opened it it said input not supported.

Could it have changed my resolution?

I tried running my PC by disconnecting the graphic card and it tuns properly.

Any help will be appreciated, cuz my computer guy came and straight away disconnected the graphic card and now I can't play any other games.

Sent from my 2014818 using Tapatalk
 

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Hi all,
I've an old VIA mb pentium 3 system with ATI express video card (should be 64 mb). I've xp pro with sp2 and the system was working fine old monitor which was broken and i think it's still working. So, I upgraded my monitor to Acer 20" AL2016WB LCD monitor and as I power up the system; the system boots up to windows xp loading screen but doesn't go to log in option screen. The screen switch to black screen with a moving window with the following message "input not supported".

I thought the video card driver might be not compatible so I tried the window's recovery option "R" and I was able to see the recovery process and installation process on the screen but everytime I bootup the system the system goes up to the windows xp loading screen. Can someone help me out on this.

Thanks,
skb
 

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Screen was nicely done with an HD look
after installing video card drover
rebooted Pc Screen said Input not supported but i'm still
able to sees just in a fat *** way now it looks all deformed
in resolution how do i get it back
was in perfect adjustments and everything just perfect.

A:Input Not supported

Welcome to TSF ;

What is your vidoe card ?

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Each Time I try to play Battlefield 2, I get this " Input is not supported" on my Lcd monitor. What is happening? Can anybody help? ( I have a Acer 17' AL1715 model and a EVGA 8600 gt If that's needed )
 

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hi guys,
yeah its me again. i just recently got a pc with winxp(###**).
brand spanking new lotsa ram,disc space etc. i can get most games to work cept one. Enclave. on the box it says compatible with winxp. well i installed and when i went to play it my monitor switched off and a message flashed up briefly saying Input not supported.(scratches head and sighs!). the game is still running but my monitor is is like idle the little red light is on indicating it is swiched off.when i manually swich it back on it comes on briefly letting me glimse the game screen and then swiches off again. i have tried all screen res modes, compatabilty program etc but to no avail. please please please any ideas. thanks
debbie
 

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Hello, my computer was recently hacked into, and I'm facing this strange problem.


To my knowledge, the hacker maxed my screen resolution, and force-shutdown my computer.

I went into my BIOS to see if any other damage was done, but everything checks out ok.

I don't know the resolution of my computer monitor, but I know that it doesn't support what it's currently set to. Is there a way I can undo this resolution change?

Some of my friends said that I should hook my computer up to a high-res monitor to fix/undo the problem, but I don't have any friends with high-res computers.

Would there be any other way of fixing this problem? I would greatly appreciate any advice given. Thank you.
 

A:Input not supported?

What do u mean high res u mean that the resolution is so big u can barely see anything? try removing the monitor driver and reinstalling it that should help I guess if u actualy manage but I doubt it will if the res is high that u cant see anything
 

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When I turn on my computer it shows the logo and then it shows the windows sign with the blue circle that shows its loading, then a couple seconds later it shows a box bouncing around with the words "input not supported" PLEASE HELP ME
 

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Problem 1:
I have a 1600x1050px screen

The windows default setting is 1024x768px

I already set it but recently, since I got rid of a Sony HandyCam Picture Package BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death), I am getting a lot of "Input Not Supported" (monitor message not windows error) especially on the account selecton screen.

I am using an Acer Monitor​
Problem 2:
I have the same problem coming out of old games where you cannot set the resolution or windowed mode, is there a way to play these in windowed mode?​
 

A:Input not supported

Bump

I really need an answer, this already has cost me an hour or two of wasted work (silly me I forgot to save) and I dont want to lose any more time

Also, when the input not suported message comes up, I have no choice but to restart the computer
 

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Here's a strange problem I'm having.  After downloading a file from ms.fixit website I lost my video screen function. 
all I get is a msg that says  input not supported ,, on a black screen.. I can hear the audio of the wins logon screen opening but no video... the prog was ( m/s fixit display quality. fisc.8835540130378659.1.3.run.exe.)..Strange thing is, I can get the screen in Safe mode.
I've tried uninstall prog.. del prog..  restore to before download..at least 6 times... checked my video drivers they seem to be ok...  I'm about ready to try a sys restore to out of box condition, do you think that would work..

A:input not supported msg..

Hi linked_up Doing a Factory Reset/Restore will indeed solve that issue, since you'll basically be doing a reinstallation of Windows, along with the programs that came with it when you bought your computer/laptop. May I ask why you downloaded a Microsoft FixIt? What were you attempted to solve with it? Also, it looks to me like your monitor is set to a resolution that isn't supported (higher than what it can actually display), hence the error message. It works in Safe Mode because the graphic drivers aren't loaded, so you're just using a basic display on a low resolution.

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Hey everyone,
everytime I restart or boot up my PC with my monitors turned on first I always get a issue with the monitor connected to the HDMI port,
it always says "Input not supported" and all I do is turn my monitor off then back on and the issue has been resolved, however
just out convience I would like this issue fixed, does anyone have any answers?

GPU: GTX 650
Thanks.

A:Input not supported

Originally Posted by partians


Hey everyone,
everytime I restart or boot up my PC with my monitors turned on first I always get a issue with the monitor connected to the HDMI port,
it always says "Input not supported" and all I do is turn my monitor off then back on and the issue has been resolved, however
just out convience I would like this issue fixed, does anyone have any answers?

GPU: GTX 650
Thanks.



Hey,

I'm having the exact same problem. Win 10, same GPU, 4 monitors. The HDMI one is my main display. It happens 50% of the time when I reboot. As you say it's a convenience issue. But it's annoying to have with a new PC.

Have you found a solution?

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Hello
I have a question about setting my nvidia graphics card
Refresh rate to standard 60 hertz.
I found a link to this issue but i wonder if it stays the same after adjusting it
Screen Refresh Rate - Custom for NVIDIA Brand

The main problem is i try to play SWTOR but after pressing launch i think it puts my refreshrate to 75 which my acer monitor cant support.

I tried to adjust my ini file but it resets to default and says input not supported.
I know i dont have specs but anyone know this problem and have a solution?

A:Input not supported

"...I tried to adjust my ini file but it resets to default and says input not supported..." Assuming you mean SWTOR's ini file; have you already contacted SWTOR help? I'm hoping they can provide an answer on how make SWTOR work with 60Hz and not trying to force 75Hz.
I remember in the old days of Windows 3.1 - WFW 3.11, to get a better resolution, I would "lie" to Windows and tell it I was using another monitor. However, I never ever did that for a refresh rate; I was told to use 60Hz, and forever after - 60Hz

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have, input not supported message.
got to SAFE MODE, now what do I do to fix the monitor resolution that I messed up?

A:[SOLVED] input not supported

If you have a Nvidia card there is a status monitor on your taskbar. If not, Right click empty spot on you screen>Properties>Advanced and change the resolution.

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Windows 10, Brand new computer, bought today. Loaded up the game, SWToR, and, boom, black screen with input not supported. Alt-Enter doesn't do anything. Rebooting and hitting F8 doesn't help. I can't get back to my desktop.
I put the monitor, AoC 21.5, back on the old computer and it was fine. Resolution was set to 1920x1080. Is this game related? If so, how can I fix it? SWToR help seems to think its a Windows issue. Other sites mention a refresh rate conflict, but I can't get back to Windows to try and figure that out.
Do I need to return my computer?
Thanks in advance for any help.
 

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Hi all, I'm having an issue with my acer X173W monitor and getting it to display the resolution I want. I have searched here and other forums and haven't found quite the same problem that I have. I'm running dual desktops off my Asus laptop with Vista 64 Home Premium. When I setup my extended desktop on the acer monitor I would like it to have the same height dimension as my laptop screen- 1200dpi. What happens when i choose the 1600x1200 resolution is this - the Input Not Supported bubble starts to move across the acer monitor, BUT, I can see my background image and any windows I drag over there appear just fine and are usable. If I choose a higher resolution, ie. 1920x1440, the monitor goes black and says Input Not Supported. Has anyone else had this issue and gotten it fixed? Ideally I would like the acer to display the same resolution as my laptop (1920x1200) but that's not totally necessary.

Thanx in advance
Stoon
 

A:Solved: Input Not Supported

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i have been using my Acer monitor for years as an extended monitor to my laptop. today when i started up my computer, my monitor said input not supported. i have not changed anything to my settings and i am not sure why this happened. anybody can help out?

A:Acer Input Not Supported

Hi and welcome to TSF try updating your video driver and see if that helps

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i get both messages no signal input, and input not supported

I have a custom built PC by a guy a met at school. bad choice.but only paid 390 anyway i have a windows vista OS but its only a trial account cause this dude ownd me and i didnt notice it was a trial till 30 days after.
32 bit windows vista home premium OS
geforce 9500 gt
Amd Athlon II X2 250 processor 3.01 GHz
4.00 GB ram
asus MB, not sure what kind all i see is asus
computer played WoW, wc3, black ops and cs source Perfectly before this happened.
only starts in safemode with networking
Aoc moniter or Adc not sure what it says .
my moniter is plugged in to my video card its an off board.
what is causing this?
a few days ago i downloaded my latest video card driver, restarted the pc and it WAS GOOD! back to normal!! after using it and finally being able to listen to music and play games. i restarted it to see how it would work and it went back to the black screen with red writting in the middle " input not supported"

a few days before this happend i got a virus called anti malware GO or something like that. i downloaded iexplore to get rid of it , i deleted the files and it was gone. im sure it had something to do with it.
please help i cant afford to get a windows 7 or vista upgrade for another 2 weeks so how can i fix it now? could my video card be messed up even tho im on the same PC now in safemode with networking?
 

A:pc only loads in safemode, input not supported

you can't do anything
the black screen & red warning is because you have a pirated/trial/un activated version of vista

until you install a legitimate version of vista or W7 we can't & won't help
this is now closed come back when you have a fully licenced version of windows

all I will say is that in safe mode, you start in VGA mode with 800 x 600 resolution ( normally) with windows standard drivers
in normal mode the computer is probably loading at a higher resolution than the monitor is designed to deal with
 

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I have been working on this a while and can't seem to make any progress. I am running XP on a Compaq 5900z with AMD 600Mhz-256Megs RAM-C: (FAT32) 30514 MB (17488 MB free),D: (FAT32) 7617 MB (6531 MB free). I am using a LiquidVideo 17" monitor and at every bootup I get an input not supported message on my screen while the bootup is taking place. After bootup the message disappears and everything works just fine. Then intermittently the screen will either freeze, or go to black. Sometimes the screen will reset itself and come back up and other times I have to shutdown manually and reboot with things starting all over again. Some days this freezing doesn't happen at all and everything works just fine. I have updated drivers for the monitor, and uninstalled and reinstalled the ATI graphics program twice now(RADEON 9200 Series). I have tried various refresh speeds for the monitor, and still can't seem to make any progress. I have run antivirus(AVG), CW-Schredder, Registry Mechanic, Ad-Aware SE, Spybot, and PC Bug. All show clear. Also I am running Zone Alarms firewall. This is getting old really fast and I need some help from someone a lot more skilled in troubleshooting procedures than myself. Any help would be very much appreciated, Thanks in advance--Lost in Texas

A:System freeze and input not supported??

Hi,

Take a read here and see if this solves your situation:

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...&start=0&num=3

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Hello I upddated my GFX Driver in middle of installation my PC Window 7 64 Bit went blue screen, I startup on normal mode or safe mode doesnt show any screen I still hear sounds of windows 7 on start up it says input not supported, I created system restore, how can I do system restore point with a black screen on windows. GFX is Radeon HD 5700.
 

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I purchased an Acer 19" widescreen monitor 2 months ago, but last week I had a problem with my computer and had to reset it back to manufacturer settings. The problem had nothing to do with the monitor and I didn't have any problems with the monitor until after resetting. Since resetting, occasionally my computer freezes and the monitor goes black with the message 'input not support' bouncing around the screen. Rebooting brings my computer back to working order again, but eventually it happens again (on an average of 2-3 times a day). I have only noticed it happening when I am playing games, but it doesn't happen all the time. I have sat here for hours playing a game and nothing happens. Then another time playing the same game, it freezes and displays 'input not supported'.

I have uninstalled the drivers, reinstalled the drivers, updated the drivers, the settings for this size monitor are set correctly, including the refresh rate, checked the settings of the buttons on the monitor itself and tried standing on my head. I don't know what else to try.

I have done a search of the net and have found this to be a very common problem but haven't found a solution that works.

Can anyone help with this problem, please?
 

A:Monitor displays 'input not supported'

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I accedently set my computers resolution to 800x600... now I get a error message on my monitor saying that it's not supported. I cannot use my computer since all I see is the message. I know why It's like this, I just don't know how to change it back.
Do -you- know how???

A:[resolved] Resolution - Input Not Supported

can you plug it into a different monitor ? or you can try using the tab key to move and pick ok or cancel then you can right click on the desktop and reset it. but why can you just see the error message ? 800x600 is not a bad resolution at all normally.

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Hey all.. new to the fourms... I was just wondering if anyone had any solution for this problem Im goin through. I was tinkering with the Powerstrip settings, and unfortunately I messed with the "refresh rate" settings I believe... right after my monitor started displaying a "input not supported" message. I am logged in on XP under the "guest" account which works fine, but the "input not supported" message comes up almost immediately after I log in under "administrator", which is where I accidentally changed the settings. I saw an old post on this site regarding a fix by editing the registry, but I am not quite sure how to go about this. ANy solutions or help at all would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance guys!!

A:Powerstrip "input not supported" nightmare..

Log into the problem account in Safe Mode and change the setting back.How to start Windows in Safe Mode

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OK, so I just did a major upgrade to my computer. New CPU, motherboard, ram, and graphics card. Everything is working great except my acer AL1916W monitor. I have it plugged in to the DVI port on my new XFX HD 6770, but the only resolution I can get working is 640x480 (actually, if I use the AMD Vision Engine Control Center with the HDTV support option, I can also get 720p60 working with it). Any other resolutions and the monitor just says "Input not supported"

The monitor's native resolution is 1440x900, and it was working fine this morning on my old Geforce 9800gt (with DVI)

I tried plugging it in to the VGA port as well, and it seemed to work fine with that, the only problem is, I have a second monitor, and the only input it supports is VGA, and the XFX card only has one VGA port, so I cant have both monitors using VGA...

I have the latest CCC drivers and stuff. I just cant figure out what is wrong...

A:XFX HD 6770 and Acer Monitor on DVI - Input not supported.

Give another shot at installing the latest drivers for the new card.
ATI Catalyst

If you have created any multi-monitor profiles delete them before installing the new driver.

this is not normal behavior but it seems more software than hardware.
the newer ati cards prefer you use the catalyst center for everything multiple monitor related. and it will actually freak out sometimes if you try to mess with it from the windows display options.

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Hi. So I'm not entirely sure what I did but I was using AMD Catalyst control center and I clicked on something and my monitor began displaying "Input not supported". I restarted my computer and once windows loaded up it began displaying it again. Ive been trying for some time now to find a solution. I found that safe mode does in fact work. If I go into safe mode I can delete my video drivers and restart my computer. At that point my computer will start normally and run normally for the most part(It seems I can't play games in this state). It will automatically reinstall my video drivers. Once the drivers are reinstalled and the computer restarts the problem begins again.
 

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Floating box appears on Acer monitor but not on older DCL brand. Does anyone have a solution? Thank you in advance for your reply.
 

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On all browsers my pages will not load most of the time or may start but freeze shortly after. It is also taking forever for the browser itself to load. Chrome seems to be the worst. In my previous post after running a program and reboot I got a floating box "Input Not Supported" box that bounces around the screen like a screensaver and stays on top of everything else. I also noticed I keep hearing clicking noises from the speakers also. Thank you so much for your help.
 
 
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86 
Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702  BrowserJavaVersion: 10.10.2
Run by Owner at 19:17:59 on 2013-02-16
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition  5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.1471.578 [GMT -5:00]
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AV: avast! Antivirus *Disabled/Updated* {7591DB91-41F0-48A3-B128-1A293FD8233D}
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C:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\Unload\hpqcmon.exe
C:\Program Files\VERIZONDM\bin\sprtcmd.exe
C:\Program Files\Verizon\Online Backup & Sharing\Auto Update\OnlineBackup.UpdateSystemTray.exe
C:\Program Files\Verizon\Online Backup & Sharing\vewatch.exe
C:\Program Files\LeapFrog\LeapFrog Connect\Monitor.exe
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A:Web pages not loading or connecting. "input not supported" box also

It appears that this issue is resolved, therefore I am closing the topic. If that is not the case and you need or wish to continue with this topic, please send me or any Moderator a Personal Message (PM) that you would like this topic re-opened.

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Free Windows 10 upgrade worked successfully on my system until I changed the monitor resolution. Now I'm booting to a black screen, no cursor, with the following error: Dell S2340M - the ucrrent input timing is not supported by this monitor display. Please change your inpiut timing to 1920 X 1080.... From viewing other sites, it looks like I need a boot disk

A:The current input timing is not supported by this monitor

The traditional fix is to boot the PC in Safe Mode. That boots at a resolution and frame rate that is allowed by most monitors.

However, that may be semi-broken in Win 10. A USB Recovery Drive could be useful, but if you haven't already made one, it may be hard to do that.

Another option:

http://www.asus.com/support/faq/1013074/

The PC will allow you to go into safe mode if the boot up fails a couple of times. I don't recall ever invoking that deliberately. You may be able to get into it by shutting the PC down by holding down the power button.

Best of luck.

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Most web pages keep getting hung up and not connecting. They stay in limbo.Can not access my yahoo mail at all. Also had a grey box appear "Input Not Supported" that I can't get rid of. It bounces around like a screensaver and stays on top of anything else.  I also noticed crackling noises coming from my speakers sporadically. Sounds like something is being plugged in (a quick click). Thank you so much.
 
 
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86 
Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702  BrowserJavaVersion: 10.10.2
Run by Owner at 19:17:59 on 2013-02-16
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition  5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.1471.578 [GMT -5:00]
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AV: avast! Antivirus *Disabled/Updated* {7591DB91-41F0-48A3-B128-1A293FD8233D}
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C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\AvastSvc.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\hphmon05.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\Unload\hpqcmon.exe
C:\Program Files\VERIZONDM\bin\sprtcmd.exe
C:\Program Files\Verizon\Online Backup & Sharing\Auto Update\OnlineBackup.UpdateSystemTray.exe
C:\Program Files\Verizon\Online Backup & Sharing\vewatch.exe
C:\Program Files\LeapFrog\LeapFrog Connect\Monitor.exe
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\avastUI.exe
C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware\SUPERAntiSpyware.exe
C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware\SASCORE.EXE
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A:Web pages not loading or connecting. "input not supported" box also

I am SO sorry for the repeat post. I was getting an error message it wasn't received. Please disregard the other two thank you and my apologies.

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Hello, I have a 9800 GT graphic card and windows 7, resolution can go high and when i lauch left 4 dead 1 or 2 for pc says input not supported, can i assume LFD is displaying highest resolution that my monitor does not support? MAX resolution my Acer (old old monitor) monitor displays is 1280/1024. i try changing my resolution inside nvidia controll panel but that only chances my window not game resolution, this only happens with LFD other games.
I try so far the followings:

Upgrade driver:
downgrade driver:
install driver from nvidia
install driver from CD:
reinstall both LFD 1 and 2 many times
compatibility to run in 640x480

well thats all i tried by myself, maybe one of you has a smarted solution. any tips or ideas are greatly appreciated.
 

A:9800GT, Left 4 Dead input not supported

I'm not sure if I followed all of what you said but did you try to change the resolution in the game options?
 

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I have had a problem loading a game on the Steam application. This has only started happening today. I am getting a 'message  Dell E1708. The current input timing is not supported by the monitor display./ please change your input timing to 1280*[email protected] or any other monitor listed timings as per the monitor specifications'
I have ensured that these timings have been set up in settings on my pc but is still happening. This exact same thing happened with the origin game platform but after I uninstalled  and reinstalled origin it was fine but the Steam game is still saying the same .
I have a Dell Optiplex 745 that is running on Windows 10.
Please advise if .
Thanks
Matt

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Mac girl freaking!

Moved her boyfriend's monitor tonight to set it up to watch a movie and now getting "input not supported". It's an Acer flat screen monitor. About a year old. Computer runs Windows. No difference in safe mode (holding down F8 key after starting with power button on the computer). Get same message. No response from other buttons on the monitor. Tried reattaching cable on both ends. Made sure I was turning on monitor first, before power on computer.

No TV or other monitor to try to hook up.

What next?!
 

A:Input Not Supported - So Far Research Hasn't Turned Up Answer

My boyfriend was quite sane about the whole thing...he did the same thing I did and reconnected cables etc. The next day he moved monitor back down to desk level, and walah, it is now working again (except with all the button pushing on the monitor itself or perhaps the disconnect the resolution is off). We suspect in the final analysis the issue is the cable. Crossing fingers it is a $9 solution from Office Max. For the time being we just haven't moved the monitor again!
 

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Hello my friends,

I have a Acer Monitor which can support 1366x768... I'm trying to increase my screen resolution to 1600x1200 60Hz but its not allowing me even though Intel HD adds it on...

What can I do or what screen resolutions can support my monitor.

A:Intel HD 4400 Custom Resolution Input Not Supported.

You can't physically go beyond the maximum resolution of the display.

That monitor is the bare minimum required to run Windows 8.
What you can do is either use the monitor with it's very unpleasant resolution, or purchase a better monitor, capable of a higher resolution.

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Really having some wonk issues with these last two Lenovo products I've bought. It's nuts. Latest weird thing that's happening seems to be some sort of unintended input. Occasionally, I've had the focus repeatedly stolen from an input field I was typing in. I have to click on the field several times, only to have it taken away again, like the mouse is clicking elsewhere. (I've been having issues with clicking things accidentally firing double-clicks--maybe my mouse buttons are faulty? Both the X1E I returned and this X1C have done that.) The other strange thing that's happening is that in iTunes, if I pause my music, it will resume itself 5 seconds later, like the play button some keyboards have was pressed. But this keyboard doesn't even have that, as far as I can tell. It feels like my computer is inventing input. It's maddening.  Any clues? My opinion of Lenovo products has sharply dropped these last couple months.

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I have a Dell D610 laptop w/ XP Pro SP2... or had.

I have a corrupted registry entry hosing the keyboard input. The mouse works fine up until the point when I kit the first key on the keyboard when under the Graphical Windows interface. After I hit any key, the mouse freezes as well. This happens if I use the laptop keyboard or an external keyboard connected to a PS2 jack.

I have performed hours of troubleshooting and it is not the keyboard hardware. Keyboard input works during all non-graphical UI (BIOS, Recovery Console, etc.). I even removed the drive and plugged it in to another computer. I made a copy of the WINNT\system32\config files (sam, default, security, system, software) and replaced them w/ a copy of these files from WINNT\repair. The computer boots to Graphical Windows and I am able to type in this session just fine.

How can I "erase" the keyboard driver corruption in the registry (or perhaps a corrupted driver file or set of files)? The problem is that I can't boot the system to a point where I can edit the "corrupted" keyboard entries. I can't use the Recovery Console because I don't have the Administrator password. So I tried to install SP3 from a bootable CD. The minute it asks me to type in the Product Key (a graphical dialog box), input is frozen a the first keystroke (even a key like Caps Lock). Can I actually edit the registry that resides on the boot drive while it is connected to another computer? Any other suggest... Read more

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Hi,
Sorry for the silly question, but I am really lost with Windows 8. Did a quick search, but nothing came up (Keyword will only result in how to set input in Win8, not the problem presented here).
 
 
Here is the issue.

The short version of the question is how do I move the #@#[email protected]%$#^%$ (display gibberish somehow, boxed in red below) input method above Microsoft Pinyin, while keeping English as my default Display language and Input language.
Longer version here:
I use English and Chinese input, but the default MS Chinese input is "inconvenient", so I installed another input software for Chinese input (the gibberish above, or lets call it method ABCD).
The order I want is English as my default Input method and display, while ABCD as my default Chinese input (when I hit Alt + Shift, should switch from English to ABCD). However, since I can't get ABCD above MS-PinYing, when I Alt+Shift it auto switch to MS-Pinyin, not ABCD (Manually switch from MS to ABCD gets annoying).
In WinXp/Win7 I only need to manually switch to ABCD once, and the system remembers it, but Win8 for some reason automotcally load the language list on every start up =/
Also in WinXp/Win7, I can delete MS-PinYin while keeping ABCD (so I only have English and ABCD), but Win8 doesn't allow me to do that as I must have MS-input or the second line (highlight in green) in language perference doesn't even appear.  
There are some additional points/details.
1 - I must set Chinese as "Language for non-... Read more

A:Language input order issue? (Set Non-MS input as secondary default)

Hello, and welcome to Bleeping Computer.
 
I can't help you with your specific problem but you may want to look here. Hope it helps.
 
Under Chinese Input Methods it says to use the Windows key and space bar to easily switch between language inputs.
 

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I have an A530 that will not connect when using the PC input, but the HDMI out port works fine.  So I attempted to connect to an external monitor and it worked.  So I know the actual HDD is working and that the computer is running properly. I then took an HDMI cable and ran it from the HDMI out port to the HDMI in port and the screen is now receiving the signal from the PC. So now I know both the PC and the A530 screen are working. The PC is out of warranty. Any idea why this is happening?  I currently have an HDMI cable connecting the in/out ports and the computer works, but I'd like to go back to it just using the pc and have an available HDMI port.  

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So my Laptop does accept HDMI as Input to. But i dont know about any program, that can watch what is being put in. Does someone know one?

A:Laptop with HDMI Input, but no program to watch the Input

you can try any of the tuner software and see if that works. things like Windows Media Center, XBMC, MediaPortal, GBPVR.

video editing software like Adobe Premiere. the best, easiest, and cheapest bets would be to try the tuner software first.

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Hey all, I've been having this issue for a while in OneNote and Drawboard (because it happens in these 2 applications I believe it's a platform=laptop issue and not applications):1. I put annotations on top of PDF printouts in OneNote and in Drawboard PDF using my pen in tablet-like keyboard position2. Right after that touch input stops working for a while, as if it was not touch-enabled device. After 5-15 secs it comes back to life3. This issue does not reproduce when keyboard is in laptop position Has anyone had a similar issue on the same laptop/other Lenovo laptops?My system is a BestBuy-specific sister version of Yoga 14". Thanks,Danil

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Windows automatically updated last night before shutting down. When I turned on the computer this morning, the HP w2207h monitor was not functioning properly. Each time I rebooted, I received the message "HDMI Input: No Input Signal" before the monitor went to sleep.

I do not believe it is a problem with the sleep and display settings as I have dual monitors and the EN9910 is functioning properly; both are set to NEVER anyway. Further, I have plugged our SONY television into the HDMI port and it works just fine.

I have also plugged the monitor into another computer, using the same cable, and both worked just fine. The hp monitor also functions in the utility mode. Problem seems to exist only when Starting Windows.

This has happened once before with a Windows Update, but I don't recall the solution.

Please help.

Thanks.

A:HDMI Input: No Input Signal -- Monitor Going to Sleep

Hello and welcome aspen can you just make sure the driver for that monitor is ok.

Software & Driver Downloads HP w2207h 22 inch LCD Monitor | HP? Support

But mate I also think you may have answered it yourself in another way. Can you remember when this started happening? If so system restore back to before that date.

Then it is just a matter of downloading any updates if this is what is - one or two at a time until you find which one is the culprit. Make a not of that one and each time it comes up untick it to download / install.

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I have an HP Pavilion A6421.uk computer with an HP w2007v monitor. (The OS is Windows Vista).I've been getting the message "VGA Input - No Input Signal" and the monitor appears to be in sleep mode permanently. I've checked all the connections, cables etc and I have also connected the monitor to an old computer, where it worked fine. I'm guessing I need a new graphics card but don't know how to go about changing it. I have
opened up the box and cleaned it all out, but am not sure what to do now.

Could I take out the graphics card from the old computer and put it in the new one? The old computer is a Dell Dimension 5000 (Windows XP).
Or would it be an option to swap hard drives? (I urgently need to access my work but the old computer got a virus and doesn't work properly).I don't know the first thing about hardware really, so wondered what any of you would recommend I do:
1. Just buy a new graphics card and replace the old one - in which case, what would I buy?
2. Put the graphics card from the old machine into the new one. How do I do this and does anyone have any diagrams?
3. Swap the hard drives so that I use the old box with the new monitor. (this is probably a stupid idea, but who knows).

Please help!!
 

A:VGA Input - No Input Signal - New Graphics Card?

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ALC 888 codec
Latest driver 2.46 installed
F7 bios installed

Sony Bravia LCD,

If I'm using the PC input on LCD, sound works great.
If I'm using an HDTV input on LCD, no sound.
Anybody got any ideas about this?
Would really like to use an HDTV input, picture definition is so much better in 1080i.

TY

A:Realtek HD Audio, PC input yes/ HDTV input no

If you have an HDMI OUTPUT on your PC, on many you have to manually set the HDMI on the Video card as the default playback device, rather than the usual "speakers". Go to the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Sound Panel and on the Playback you will probably have an icon for the HDMI, select that as the default playback device and you should get the PC audio in the HDMI signal.

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I've been fiddling with this on and off for months, but I don't  know if the problem is with the touchscreen, Windows 10, the drivers, my software, or some combination of those, so none of my troubleshooting has really gotten me anywhere. I bought the Flex 5 and the active pen intending to use the touch screen like a Cintiq monitor, in addition to the Huion graphics tablet I already own, but any pen input just reacts like touch input, making imposible to work comfortably in any painting/animation programs. I also can't figure out a setup that will let me use the active pen and my tablet at the same time; Huion and Wacom drivers don't seem to play nice with each other, so I can't have them both installed at once if I want either of them to be recognized in my software and have pressure sensitivity. I have turned off "tablet mode" in Settings, and in the Control Panel I've disabled "Flicks" and "press-and-hold to right-click". Regardless, using either the active pen or my tablet (which doesn't even interact with the touch screen) will make my computer react like I'm using my finger -- same visual feedback, press-and-hold still right-clicks, dragging with the pen will scroll around the webpage/canvas, etc. Depending on the software I'm using and which drivers are currently installed I can sometimes draw and get pressure sensitivity, but I'll still keep accidentally triggering touch commands with the pen that interrupt my work flow. Even if it's at the cost of touc... Read more

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HI,

Has any one modified a Power Suply to Take 12 volt DC Input?

I would very much like to hear from you, or any one you may of heard of that has done this.

I wanted to Put a desktop case etc. in my car and use it to listen to music...

Thanks to anyone who replies...
 

A:DC Input Power Supply (12 volt input)

A standard Computer PSU rectifies the incoming mains (120 or 240 volt) and the "chops" it in a switchmode type power conversion.

Therefore as it starts with a high DC voltage (120 or 240 V AC rectified to DC) there is no easy conversion to make it use 12 V instead. Without a complete rebuild and redesign of the PSU.

By far the cheapest and easiest way is to use an off-the-shelf 12 V inverter that converts 12V to 120 or 240 V AC, and then you dont need to bother rebuilding the power supply from scratch.

Has the advantage of easily sourced power supply units for the PC. You would likely get away with a small 200 Watt unit.
 

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