"Input not supported".

Hi all...

I received recently a 19 "LCD Acer monitor #AL - 1916W, as a gift to replace the burned out monitor that came with my HP Pavilion. I had no problem with this monitor for about a month before this weekend. After you start the computer, the screen went black and shows a floating dialog, that said: 'input not supported '. I was forced to go in safe mode and reset the resolution to VÅGÅ to return to Windows. After reducing the 'display property settings' resolution to 1600 X 900 setting, this seemed to solve the problem a bit. However, Acer documentation indicates that the optimal resolution for this monitor is 1440 X 900, the dose of slider does not offer this resolution and resolution of 1600 X 900, I use now shows vertical-intermittent-aging in the structure of the police throughout the system. If I drop to the next setting, which is weaker, then 1600 X 900 I get stretched more grizzled graphics with fonts. If I go on it, I get a black screen. In my opinion, the resolution, I am forced to use now, it's that an incorrect ratio for this monitor because in addition to the question of the police of the Office is a bit pinched vertically looking.

I wonder what caused this change in the first place.  I delete some temporary files using "CCcleaner" but nothing in the registry.

Can someone tell me how I can get 1440 X 900 resolution?  An input or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Operating system:

HP Pavilion a1012n

Windows XP, home addition version 2002

Service Pack 3.

Processor: Pentium 4 at 3.06 GHZ with 200 GB of RAM.

Thank you for taking the time to read this long explanation...


The solution is to add a video card.  The bad news is that your PC does PCI - e or AGP. A PCI video card is all that you will be able to upgrade to. Here a link to a very large selection. Don't expect dazzling performance of a gaming PC. It's not going to happen

Your card mother ASUS LRTP - LA has integrated with up to 64 MB allocated video. Is not enough memory and you can't possibly increase shared much memory either.

Here is a link to the page of product support for your PC.

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