Problem UZ2715H monitor: current input synchronization is not supported...

Can someone help me with this problem? -"Current input synchronization is not supported by the display. Please change your entry in [email protected] or any other listed monitor calendar date according to the characteristics of the monitor. "I get this message when I run a game (for example I always get this message with CS GO), there are a few games that works fine however.

I have Nvidia GTX 580 graphics card, windows 7 64 bit, so my pc and the monitor are connected with DVI - VGA (for the pc) adapter and VGA cable to the monitor.

I tried to update the drivers for graphics cards, changing the resolution of 1920 x 1080 60 hz troubleshooting display... still the same problem...

Any solution will be appreciated.

Ok. A DVI to VGA adapter will not work. DVI cannot convert to RFP via a straight through cable. So, your only option is this =
Computer DVI GTX 580 on-->--> UZ2715H HDMI DVI to HDMI Cable to

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