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HDMI out of range - PS3 to New Monitor

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#1 N_Smash


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Posted 05 September 2017 - 06:50 AM

I bought a new monitor, LG 24MP68VQ.
The idea was to connect my PC through DVI or VGA, and connect the PS3 by HDMI.
Now, PC works just fine. But the PS3 doesn't.
So I turned on the PS3, Then switched the output to HDMI, And I see a black screen. The black screen flashes every 5or10 second, And I can see there is a text in every flash. But it's so fast that i can't read it. So I record a video of it and I paused that moment. And it says "HDMI out of range".
I saw other Threads on this issue. And their problem was solved by resetting PS3's display setting by holding the power button for 2 beeps. But my problem remains the same.
So far i tried :
- Holding the power botton for 2 beeps. (RESULT: Flashing Screen)
- Using a HDMI to VGA converter. (RESULT: A little of PS3 menu flashes, but its all white noise!)
- I even connect the PS3 to an old LCD trough VGA converter, Most of the display was out of screen, But I managed to set up the display setting. And then connect to the new monitor. (RESULT: No Flashing Screen. But it says "HDMI out of range"!)
Is there any Awesome Expert who can help me...???

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#2 N_Smash

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Posted 05 September 2017 - 10:05 AM

Solved it!!!
It was the HDMI cable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! clear.png
Who Knew!!!!??? clear.png

Edited by N_Smash, 05 September 2017 - 10:13 AM.

#3 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 06:10 PM

Glad you solved it, and thanks for telling us what the solution was.


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