Input not supported


  1. Posts : 63
    Windows 10
       #1

    Input not supported


    Hey everyone,
    everytime I restart or boot up my PC with my monitors turned on first I always get a issue with the monitor connected to the HDMI port,
    it always says "Input not supported" and all I do is turn my monitor off then back on and the issue has been resolved, however
    just out convience I would like this issue fixed, does anyone have any answers?

    GPU: GTX 650


    Thanks.
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  2. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #2

    partians said:
    Hey everyone,
    everytime I restart or boot up my PC with my monitors turned on first I always get a issue with the monitor connected to the HDMI port,
    it always says "Input not supported" and all I do is turn my monitor off then back on and the issue has been resolved, however
    just out convience I would like this issue fixed, does anyone have any answers?

    GPU: GTX 650


    Thanks.
    Hey,

    I'm having the exact same problem. Win 10, same GPU, 4 monitors. The HDMI one is my main display. It happens 50% of the time when I reboot. As you say it's a convenience issue. But it's annoying to have with a new PC.

    Have you found a solution?
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 63
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Flork said:
    Hey,

    I'm having the exact same problem. Win 10, same GPU, 4 monitors. The HDMI one is my main display. It happens 50% of the time when I reboot. As you say it's a convenience issue. But it's annoying to have with a new PC.

    Have you found a solution?
    I forgot about this issue haha, I purchased a new HDMI cable and the issue was resolved.
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #4

    partians said:
    I forgot about this issue haha, I purchased a new HDMI cable and the issue was resolved.
    Well I've tried 2 HDMI cables, so that's not it.

    It happens about 50% of the time I reboot.

    Maybe you have some ideas:

    I have 4 monitors hooked up to my NVIDA GeForce GTX 950. The main display is HDMI. I have one via DVI. I have two via DisplayPort, though one uses a DisplayPort to DVI adapter.

    They are laid out from left to right: DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, DisplayPort/DVI

    The one odd thing is that myt main dsplay the HDMI one has been assigned #2 by Windows and the DisplayPort monitor has been assigned #1. The reason is probably because when I first set up the machine I used the DipslayPort monitor. And for some reason, when I boot up, the pre-Windows startup screen shows up on the leftmost, DVI monitor, which is assigned #3 by windows.
    There is absolutely no way to change the numbers assigned by Windows. The only time the numbers change is if I unplug one or more of the monitors. But as soon as they are plugged back in, the numbers return to what they were. I don't know if this is a factor or not.
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