how to continue win 7 install with "input not supported"
Posted on 2011-02-14
I have been having trouble lately working on computers and getting "out of range" and "input not supported" monitor errors.
But this time its "input not supported" in the middle of a Win 7 32-bit home install on a brand new box that I just built. It has an ECS Mobo, Phenom x4 9450e, 2GB Ram, 1TB HDrive. There is only the integrated VGA.
I have 2 VGA test monitors and I purchased a DVI/VGA monitor just for this problem, but still have the same problem.
What do I do in the middle of an install? How can I get away from these problems since they seem to be happening on 2 out of 3 machines now, older as well as newer?