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25-Sep-2007, 08:27 PM #1
Connection LCD TV to CPU
I dk if anyone can help me but I need help connecting* a Samsung LN-R2050P 20" LCD TV to my computer both using VGA ports, im not worried about sound b/c i will run it through my speakers they are much better than the tvs anyways. Only Video, when i do it and do the things suggested by samsung i get an unrecognizable signal. I dk if its not compatiable w/ vista or what but when i tried on my old cpu i also got that same problem and its xp.
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26-Sep-2007, 11:46 AM #2
With a working monitor connected to the computer, take a look at the display properties settings for your video controller. There should be a section that lists supported video resolutions and operating frequencies. The monitor user manual should have some type of specifications listing that shows what video formats are supported on the VGA input. You then need to set the video controller's setting to match a video format listed for the monitor.
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30-Sep-2007, 12:00 PM #3
thanks a bunch never thought of connecting both at once to get it working, got it up and running finally! thanks again
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