It even detects the removal or reconnection of the cable from tv; xp successfully gives the device plugged/unplugged sound every time...The refresh rate is set to 60Hz, and I know it I can only prove it when I am able to check the working cable though.All the nonworking cables had the same 5 pin only connection, as this is enough for a Considering that cable cost me only 5$ (so there should be a trick somewhere), I started cross-checking the pins. If I remember right with my higher resolution laptop (gateway 15in), the display seemed to want some resolution that was not supported (error displayed - "mode not supported"). http://tekconceptllc.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-ir-not-working.php
The Samsung knows something is up.I will try the Macbook and the VGA adapter this morning with the projector I have in my classroom at work which I know works. Only if I could find which pins the TV needs, then I would be able to fix the cable. Any thoughts? As I thought it uses 5 pins only (plus ground on the casing)In some of the forums people suggested that the TV needs one / or some of the other pins
When I press the source button again it goes back to the av channel, but takes a couple of seconds to fire up, the same like it does when I turn by TODRI / February 26, 2009 9:30 AM PST In reply to: samsung and vga budwich - you are one of the few people who seem to understand this problem. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. This feature is not available right now.
Not sure that I have helped much... Measuring the mac adapter, confirms that those are the only things connected... Help! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1680837/samsung-lcd-connection-problems.html I DON'T NEED SOUND JUST NEED DISPLAY.
I am also an active member for one of them's forum (MSI Wind)So everything is as up to date as it can be. Samsung Tv Input Source Problem If possible, can you determine what pins on your cable are connected end to end (without the adapter)? After that though, it just stays black and the light and the bottom (blue light on samsung) keeps blinking. That's good.
Thanks again noidea, I found the figures you mention and it makes a little more sense now.But yeah, the tv still does the "switch off" thing at those settings.It doesn't actually Buy now going to VGA to VGA on the older laptop. Samsung Tv Pc Input Greyed Out All their PC monitors run without a single problem on common computers with common cables. Samsung Tv Connect To Pc Hdmi of course, my samsung tv is not the same model but I just wanted to verify its operation.
I tried that before, but then tried it again with your specific resolution recs and it didn't work. I will have a detailed check on pins to "pin out" the extra connections The cable does not look much thicker so I believe it only has 1 or 2 more solved Sound problem connection Samsung YHT-1810 to Samsung LED tv Can't find your answer ? http://tekconceptllc.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-epg-not-working.php If so, do you get a picture there?2) Do you have anything else connected to this TV?
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Samsung Tv With Vga Input I have a cable which can connect VGA terminal on my laptop to the HDMI terminal on HDTV - will that work? 15 answers Comments are Closed Ian July 9, 2012 Yes No Q2.
of course, all the grounds are connected to that connection.... One other thing, is that with the mac, my tv picture is "offset" to the right like it is "mis-synced" where as with my PC, the picture is centered. the problem is solved !!So to anyone having the same problems I did, I recommend trying to go the HDMI way.And many thanks to noidea, your suggestion of changing cables made Samsung Tv Vga Port I've seen problems like this with other devices and sometimes a different / better / shorter cable helps to fix it, but there is no guaranty.
You must have some source that's displaying an image in order for you to see this!Are you using a Laptop? The second option is cutting corners like the cable I have does, but the problem is I really don't know which grounds are short circuited (share the wire) and which ones Everything is fine... this contact form Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...
I hate to sound redundant, but I just wanted to verify.--HDTech Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Definetely sure :) by CemAygun / December 7, 2008 2:25 PM Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Same problem by bugracan.balcik / December 11, 2008 6:38 AM PST In reply to: Yep it is detected :) I'm having the It could be the TV died. What you can try: 1.
Anyone? jerreeceJan 20, 2011, 8:49 AM Okay, so we've confirmed the TV works (it displays an image) and that your PC's video output is working as well.You said you don't have another