http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_nr_scat_280341_ln?rh=n%3A280341%2Ck%3Avga+to+hdmi Shyam December 29, 2011 at 8:59 am It didn't work for me. Ask ! and no other "ground pins connections" are provided. hdtedMay 20, 2013, 10:52 PM Thank you for the suggestion noidea.... Check This Out
When shopping for a cable, search for a cable that has specifically been tested for PC to TV applications and comes with a money-back guarantee.I have sucessfully used both a VGA This is without anything attached to the other end. So I assume there is some other wire going through with the good cable, but I am not sure...And by the way, if I am not mistaken PC can also put Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT useful source
Read more. The Macbook recognizes the Samsung, and the Samsung "hiccups" when I change the display settings on the Macbook (the screen on the Samsung jumps a tiny bit), but I can't get Try looking in the control panel of your graphic cards software. Yes No Q2.
I tried that before, but then tried it again with your specific resolution recs and it didn't work. Is this content helpful? Once again, the problem is signal related: VGA is a analog signal HDMI is a digital signal They are incompatible – one doesn't 'understand' the other. Samsung Tv Pc Mode Not Supported There is some "funnies" as my son tried his MAC laptop with a "good cable" and display was shifted right and the aspect was "unusual".
thanx in advance FIDELIS December 25, 2011 at 2:13 am Hello, I would say you have three options with your setup: 1.-- Use a VGA cable to connect laptop with HDTV Samsung Tv Pc Input Not Working If you wish to be unblocked, you must agree that you will take immediate steps to rectify this issue. If you right click > Properties > Settings, are you able to detect the panel as a secondary monitor?Also, does the screen flash when you do a VGA out Control+f* key Add to Want to watch this again later?
GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New Blocked IP Address Your IP address has been temporarily blocked due to a large number of HTTP requests. Samsung Tv Input Source Problem Get the answer jennahladyJan 20, 2011, 6:35 AM Also, I fiddled with my resolution settings and clicked "extend desktop onto this monitor" and now there is a display on the tv You checked the website for both of them and they have the newest release? The Samsung knows something is up.I will try the Macbook and the VGA adapter this morning with the projector I have in my classroom at work which I know works.
We appreciate you filling in this questionnaire and thank you for helping us improve the Samsung.com website. http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/916412-dreamcast/68638638 On non working cables non of them are connected...The working cable seems to have connection on ALL pins, plus the casing. Samsung Tv Pc Input Greyed Out split the casing to expose the wires... Samsung Tv Connect To Pc Hdmi Did you enable your "mirror mode?"Setting up Laptop (Mac):Set your desktop resolution to either 800x600 or 1024x768 and enable "Mirror" mode.Click on the Apple menu.
Has anyone tried the suggestions from the Intel site above? his comment is here So any suggestions, or even better the specs of the cable I need so that I can use the TV as I intended to? Soooo, I am not sure why your samsung "detects" the cable with adapter added???? by budwich / December 21, 2008 1:17 AM PST In reply to: Yes, exactly From what I can figure is that the nonworking cable (no ground pins connected even to the Vga To Tv Not Working
so their (other monitors) "in board" design must make use of the casing continuity that exists in the "non-working" cable to "grab" a ground return for the rest of the "stuff". So I believe this cable cuts corners by using the same wire for some ground pins.The bottom line is; if you are going to buy it, test all pins to be But I am almost sure that it is just an extra wire, and not the cable quality etc. http://johnfladung.net/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-ir-not-working.html works fine.
I have a cable which can connect VGA terminal on my laptop to the HDMI terminal on HDTV - will that work? 15 answers Comments are Closed Ian July 9, 2012 Samsung Tv With Vga Input ghosthuntergirlJun 7, 2011, 9:29 PM Where do you find "clone display" on tv or computer. Also, the tv is plugged into the VGA output on the graphics card (my mobo won't let me run a graphics card & onboard graphics at the same time) Related Resources
MousemonkeyJun 8, 2011, 2:27 AM ghosthuntergirl said: Where do you find "clone display" on tv or computer. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. So I thought there is no chance that this cable can hold 15(+1) wires. Samsung Tv Vga Port If I remember right with my higher resolution laptop (gateway 15in), the display seemed to want some resolution that was not supported (error displayed - "mode not supported").
Delighted Robot 273,800 views 3:26 Loading more suggestions... Not sure that I have helped much... Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and http://johnfladung.net/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-dtv-not-working.html Any ideas?
I should have specificed that. When it is displaying/reading something, usually the light just stays on. You must have some source that's displaying an image in order for you to see this!Are you using a Laptop? I then ran a wire from pins 6,7,8 to the casing...
On the pc it fails to detect another monitor. Click the button below to indicate that you agree to these terms, which will unblock your account. This is particularly true for Sony PCs. And if they believe they need a cable with uncommon specs/connections etc, they should just supply it.
I TRIED CHANGING DISPLAY SETTINGS ON MY LAPTOP AND NO RESULTS..... However, that aspect on the TV was stretched (wider than I expected) so I wasn't sure what I was getting although the status connection label on the TV did indicate that Possibly, just the "leakage" or "float level" of the signal is enough to "trip" the "greying" but not enough for operation thereafter. The second option is cutting corners like the cable I have does, but the problem is I really don't know which grounds are short circuited (share the wire) and which ones