Why does my monitor say input not supported? – A Guide

If you’ve ever connected your laptop to a TV or monitor, you’ve probably come across the ‘input not supported’ message. This guide will explain what this message means and how you can fix it.

The ‘input not supported’ message means that the resolution or refresh rate of your laptop’s display is not supported by the TV or monitor. To fix this, you need to change the resolution or refresh rate of your laptop’s display.

To change the resolution of your laptop’s display, go to the Control Panel and click on ‘Display’. Under ‘Resolution’, select a lower resolution. To change the refresh rate of your laptop’s display, go to the Control Panel and click on ‘Display’. Under ‘Advanced Settings’, click on ‘Monitor’. Under ‘Screen Refresh Rate’, select a lower refresh rate.

If you still see the ‘input not supported’ message, it means that your TV or monitor does not support the resolution or refresh rate of your laptop’s display. In this case, you will need to buy a new TV or monitor that supports the resolution or refresh rate of your laptop’s display.

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