How to Fix the Input Not Supported with Monitor Error on Your PC

Input not supported monitor

If you see the "Input Not Supported Monitor" error on your Windows 11/10 computer, read this article to fix the error.

Change the Input Cables to Fix "Input Not Supported" on Monitor Error

If you're getting the "input not supported" error on your monitor, it's most likely due to an issue with the cables.

The first thing you should do is check that the cables are properly connected. If they are, try swapping them out for different ones.

If you're using a VGA cable, try a DVI or HDMI one instead.

If you're using a DVI cable, try an HDMI or VGA cable. And if you're using an HDMI cable, try using a DVI or VGA cable.

If you still can't get the input not supported error to go away, there may be an issue with your graphics card.

Try swapping out your graphics card for a different one.

Change the Display Settings

The display settings on your computer may not be compatible with the monitor. To fix this, you need to change the display settings on your computer.

First, you need to check your monitor's resolution and refresh rate. The resolution is the number of pixels that your monitor can display. The refresh rate is the number of times your monitor can refresh the image on the screen. If either of these numbers is too high (e.g., a much higher resolution), it can cause the "Input Not Supported" error. The monitor hardware could not support various resolution settings.

To Change the Resolution

  1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Display.
  2. In the "Display" dialogue box, click on the "Settings" tab.
  3. In the "Settings" tab, find the "Resolution" drop-down menu and select a resolution that is compatible with your monitor.

To Change the Refresh Rate

  1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Display.
  2. In the "Display" dialogue box, click on the "Advanced" button.
  3. In the "Advanced" dialogue box, find the "Refresh Rate" drop-down menu and select a refresh rate compatible with your monitor.

If you can't find the right resolution or refresh rate for your monitor, you may need to upgrade your video card. A video card that is not powerful enough can also cause the "Input Not Supported" error.

Suppose you're still having trouble and are sure you followed the steps correctly. In that case, you can try connecting your monitor to a different computer. This will help you determine whether the problem is with your monitor or computer.

If the problem is the monitor, then switch to another monitor.

Update the Monitor Drivers and Graphic Adapter Drivers

You can fix this problem by updating your monitor drivers and your graphic adapter drivers since your drivers could also be corrupted.

If you're unsure how to update your drivers, don't worry! We've got you covered. Follow the steps below, and you'll be up and running in no time.

First, you'll need to download the latest drivers for your monitor and your graphic adapter. You can usually find these on the manufacturer's website. Once you've downloaded the files, unzip them and install them on your PC.

Next, you'll need to open your Device Manager. To do this, type "device manager" into the Start menu and click on the first result.

In the Device Manager, find your monitor and graphic adapter. Right-click on each one and select "Update Driver."

Follow the prompts to install the new drivers, and you should be all set! If you're still having trouble, you may need to uninstall your old drivers and install the new ones.

That's it! Updating your drivers should fix "Input Not Supported on Monitor" error on your PC.

Use Safe Mode

Suppose you're getting these issues on your monitor. In that case, it's likely because your computer's display settings are set to a resolution that your monitor doesn't support. You'll need to adjust your resolution settings in Safe Mode to fix this.

Safe Mode is a boot option that starts your computer in a limited state. In this boot state mode, only the most important files and drivers are loaded, which can help you troubleshoot and solve problems on your PC.

To enter Safe Mode, restart your computer and press the F8 key repeatedly before the Windows logo appears. On the Advanced Boot Options menu that appears, select Safe Mode and press Enter.

Once your computer is in Safe Mode, go to the Control Panel and select Display. Under the Display settings, adjust the resolution to a setting that your monitor supports. Once you've made your changes, restart your computer to see if the input not supported error has been fixed.

Various Game Issues

If you're getting the issues on your PC and playing games on Windows, it's likely because your game settings are set to windowed mode. To fix this, launch the game and go to its settings. From there, set the game from windowed to full-screen mode and relaunch it. If you're still getting the same error, try setting the game to launch in Windows 10 Compatibility Mode. To do this, right-click the game's shortcut and select "Properties." Go to the "Compatibility" tab and check the "Run this program in compatibility mode for" box. Select "Windows 10" from the drop-down menu and relaunch the game. If you're still getting the same error, it's likely because your graphics card drivers are outdated. To fix this, head to your graphics card manufacturer's website and download the latest drivers for your card. Once that's done, restart your PC and launch the game again.

Most Acer Monitors Have This Issue

If you're using an Acer monitor and getting the "input not supported" error, don't worry - you're not alone. Many users have this issue. Many Acer monitors have this issue, and it's usually caused by the resolution of your monitor being set too high.

To adjust the screen resolution, go into your monitor's settings and choose a low resolution. This should solve the problem. You may need to contact Acer customer support if it doesn't work.

Restore Your PC Its Default Display Resolution

If nothing else worked, it means that your computer's current display resolution doesn't support the resolution of the connected display. You need to restore your computer to its default display resolution to fix this issue.

First, see if the issue persists after you restart your PC. If it does, you need to open the Display Settings dialogue box and restore your PC to its default display resolution.

To do this, go to the Start menu and search for "Change display settings." Then, click on the "Advanced settings" link.

In the Advanced settings dialogue box, click on the "Restore default settings for this display" link.

Click on the "OK" button to save your changes.

If the issue persists, then it's likely that your computer doesn't support the resolution of the connected display. In this case, you'll need to get a new display.

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