Bit Trip Beat game error: input not supported

Original title: input not supported

What came was a floating message saying "input not supported", then so about 2 hours ago I double clicked on the game "Bit Trip Beat." so I thought well ill just alt tab and change the resolution and others, but I could not alt tab... I could hear my msn flashes... I could hear trip beat bit sounds in the game, everything except the screen worked...

so I restarted my comp in safe mode with network connections so I could google a few answers but nothing helped me to this day...
things I've tried are, restart in safe mode, and then change the resolution to something, I know that it can handle (did not work)... by clicking on "last known good configuration" (did not work)... ive tried rebooting with command prompt and typing a few commands that I found from google that is supposed to restore the resolution that doesn't work anymore , I also chose another option in windows boot manager "enable video low resolution (640 x 480), which also did not work."
Ive kept googling and nothing seems to work, I'm running a windows OS vista and I'm not sure of my monitor acer... model someone at - he a clue whats up?
What, in my view, that has happened, is that the game Bit Trip Beat made the default resolution of my something computers it can not handle... that is what happened?... because when I started, I had to force shutdown my computer and restart from there. any help would be appreciated


I suggest you to try Method 2 from the previous post and adjust graphics hardware acceleration. If it does not resolve the problem, then try to uninstall the graphics drivers and reinstall it.
Let us know if it helps.

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