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Problem connecting Sony Vaio with Acer monitor G206HQL


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#1 Antonios Ktenas

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 10:02 AM

Hi

I just bought few days before an LCD monitor acer G206HQL , i tried the first time to connect it into Sony Vaio notebook with vga cable (both of them). The monitor monitor wrrote "no signal" , i tried to fix the problem go to preferences, changing the resolution of the second screen, set the mode for external monitor, but nothing. 
The second time i tried to connect the notebook with HDMI and monitor with vga, but again nothing, the monitor wrote cable not connected. I went to the graphic card settings and it spotted the monitor, but it doesn't recognise it. It writes "uknown". Please can you help me fix this problem?



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#2 Kilroy

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 04:17 PM

Whenever you're having an issue connecting to a monitor try this:

 

1. Connect the monitor with the machine powered off

2. Turn on the monitor

3. Turn on the computer.

 

Normally this will allow you to connect.






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