Most of the monitors with DVI ports only have DVI-D ports on them and you can't even plug a DVI-I cable into them (you can plug male DVI-D into female DVI-I, Only difference is instead of being directed through the tv and into the soundsystem, it's just connected directly to the pc instead. And with the analog use case being not very common nowadays, you can expect vendors to use cheaper/worse A/D converters for current hardware, not better ones. Once the signal was successfully being passed, I could then change the resolution to 1366x768. http://qrwsoftware.com/sharp-aquos/sharp-aquos-tv-reset.html
In order for the cables to reach from my computer to my tv, I needed a total of 10 meters of either cabels, both video and audio. Locate the video-out port on your PC and determine its type. It might aslo be worth asking (if they won't buy it) if you can buy it through your employer. If fiddling with the cable seems to change what you see on the screen, it's very possible that either it's not securely connected or that you need a different cable. http://www.highdefforum.com/computers-htpcs/53234-sharp-vga-connect-pc-problem.html
If connecting an older laptop to your Sharp LCD TV, you may need to press a pair of function keys before the computer displays on the TV. one of the main features i looked for when purchasing the new tv was PC connection option. Are those good enough? –silverCORE Mar 25 '14 at 21:17 @silverCORE The USB to DVI and USB to HDMI adapters are totally digital. What Russian letter is this?
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). I was told maybe a USB to HDMI. At one point or another, we're still dealing with two different kinds of signals, with one being translated into another?Also, something I would like to mention in general. Sharp Aquos Hdmi Ports Not Working Activate this function when the outer edges of the image displayed are clearly defined (nothing black) and you have text visible.
Also, make sure your video card is set to handle the TV's res/refresh settings too. I'm trying to connect a second monitor to the HDMI output by way of a HDMI to VGA cable. USB 2.0 is obviously slower, but for anything that isn't really video intensive USB 2.0 adapters work just fine. –Craig Mar 25 '14 at 21:39 1 The last solution is http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/windows-7-vga-connection-to-sharp-aquos-vga-port/7e3a0b2c-5905-4084-9e9c-76465605d0fa marzukiJun 11, 2010, 1:02 AM I had a similar problems like other people about HDMI connected to TV.
That seems to force the "deep" discovery and fix my problem temporarily. Sharp Aquos Pc Input Resolution I plugged the minijack cabel from my computer to the minijack to 2xPhono adapter, and into the left and right audio ports next to the HDMI port, but no sound is I generally don't assume anything, because when one assumes, they make an ass of u and me, get it? Related 3two external monitors0Blurry image when connecting computer to HDMI and VGA simultaneously3Laptop delivers blurry image to external monitors1Two VGA monitors on Lenovo IdeaCentre H520 Desktop1How to get VGA color with
And before you say anything, I've done everything I can think of, from the most basic approach like checking the cables are connected properly, to advanced settings and software, nothing works. I plugged the male end into the female end of the cable coming from my pc. Sharp Aquos Vga Input Since that time, Grundy has written many guides to using various applications that are published on numerous how-to and tutorial sites. Sharp Tv Hdmi No Signal Will the logicians escape from eternal imprisonment?
Problem is, the text and overall image looks perfect and sharp on whichever of the two I connect through HDMI, while the VGA one just does not seem right, text does check over here the cable is Ok as i tested it with a 19" Emerson tv/monitor. So what's up, help me please. And this is the place I always go to get that checkerboard: http://techmind.org/lcd/phasing.html tl;dr: Go to http://techmind.org/lcd/phasing.html, maximize your browser window, and press your monitor's auto adjust button. Connect Computer To Sharp Aquos Tv Wirelessly
No signal PC to Monitor connection problem , no signal. Degaussing only applies to CRT monitors. –user14068 Oct 15 '09 at 20:34 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote What OS are you running. Is that possible, or should it work? his comment is here Power on the TV and then the PC.
Reply 2 2 RichardMiles Honor Student Posts: 3 Member Since: 02-11-2011 Message 4 of 17 (102,425 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Second Monitor HDMI to VGA Options Mark as New Bookmark Sharp Aquos Manual It's really weird though, I don't think I had ever run into a monitor that I couldn't get to display nicely. Only problem is if I used a VGA to VGA connection then the computer space wouldn't fill the whole tv.
If your computer detects your monitor correctly, it should be highest possible setting. My monitors do have an Auto button, but when I click it it does something else, not an auto adjustment. If I go to the controlpanel, there's just my pc monitor, no second screen. Vga Cable Anyway, it says in the description of my tv that it has HDMI with HDCP.
To be honest I was already considering it, to avoid having to plug 2 monitors and a keyboard when I got home from work, I guess I just hate the idea If you have to go out and buy a new cable to test it, don't skimp--the cheap cables sometimes aren't shielded as well as the more expensive ones, and you'll still Does the connection go both ways, or is the signal one way? http://qrwsoftware.com/sharp-aquos/sharp-aquos-buttons-not-working.html Join in the conversation now!Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion 52" LCD TV Does Not Recognize VGA Input by oldieguy / December 30, 2009 12:17 PM PST i just got this
And none of this makes any sense whatsoever. i get no video at all thru the PC connection. When I try to connect PC to TV it says "No Signal" getting no signal when connecting my new t.v to my desktop pc No signal on TV connected to pc For most consumer grade monitors the difference is much more visible.
The only thing that comes to mind is if there is a force TV detection button somewhere within the control panel as there is with the ATI CCC. I realise this dosent help you much. Plug the small end of the 3.5mm-to-RCA audio adapter cable into the "Audio Out" or "Speaker" port on the PC computer. Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video,