Opperation system: Windows 7 Pro
On boot I'm getting the following message.
Attention: Unsupported Video Configuration Detected Action is Required The computer has an add-in graphics card, but the monitor cable is plugged into the integrated video connector. To attach the monitor cable to the add-in graphics card:Shut down the computer.Plug the monitor cable into the add-in graphics card connector. This may require a video adapter or video adapter cable. (provided with the system)Turn on the computer.This message should not appear after completing these steps. For more information or help, please refer to the system documentation. System Halted!
Now this computer is quite a few years old, so it's using DVI as a video output.
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As you can see, its using DVI as the monitor input.
At this time I can buy an adapter that is DVI to VGA, but I'd prefer changing this in BIOS.
However.... I can't get into BIOS
I'm using a USB dongle for Logitec Keyboard and mouse
On boot, I get the Attention: Unsupported Video Configuration Detected message, and I cannot get past it.
Here's what I have tried
While Pushing F12 should load BIOS Pushing it quickly while the PC tries to boot lets out beeps (letting me know the keyboard is responding yay no USB not loading before BIOS issue) but it dies out and hits the error message again.
Removing Cmos Battery.
Removing the battery doesn't allow me to move forward, as it did for one chap with a simalar issue.
Sooo I'm here
any tips Girls/Guys? :D
Edited by eeeeeeeeeekkkk, 24 June 2018 - 08:05 PM.