Lỗi input not supported

Does your monitor screen go black và pop up with an error saying: The current đầu vào timing is not supported by the monitor display?

This error occurs lớn your computer because your monitor fails to lớn synchronize the input signals from your computer, or there is something wrong with your monitor connections. But don’t worry. We’ll help you fix the error và get your monitor back on track.

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Here are the solutions that have helped people resolve the same problem. Kiểm tra it out:

Note: If you can’t log into your system GUI, you should first boot your computer into Safe Mode, then perform these instructions.

Fix 1: Change your monitor settings

As suggested in the error message, you can change your input đầu vào timing to lớn the specific resolution và refresh rate (in my case it’s 1920×1080
) or any other monitor listed timing as per monitor specifications. So you should change these monitor settings khổng lồ match.

If you’re using Windows 10 và Windows 8:

Right click on any empty area on your desktop, then select Display Settings.

In the Display section, scroll down và find Resolution, và change it khổng lồ the specific resolution (in my case I choose 1080×1920).

Click Keep changes if you see the popup verification dialog.
Then click Advanced display settings on the same screen.

Click Display adapter properties for Display.

Click the Monitor tab in the popup pane, and change Screen refresh rate khổng lồ the one shown in your error message (in my case it’s 60Hz).

Click Apply & OK lớn save the changes.

If you’re using Windows 7:

Note:if you have more than one displays, choose the displays respectively for the following steps.
Right click on any empty area on your desktop, then select Screen resolution.

Change Resolution to the specific resolution (in my case I choose 1080×1920).

Click Apply.

Click Keep changes if you see the verification message.

On the same screen, click Advanced settings.

Click the Monitor tab, & choose the specific refresh rate shown in your error message (in my case I choose 60Hz).

Click ApplyOK lớn save the changes.

Restart your computer in normal mode và see if it works.

Fix 2: Update graphics thẻ driver

The clip card driver corruption can also cause your đầu vào timing not supported error, so you should keep your clip card driver up lớn date.

There are two ways to lớn update your graphics thẻ driver: manually and automatically.

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Manually update driver: You can go khổng lồ the manufacturer’s website, find the latest correct driver for your graphics card, then install it in your computer. Be sure khổng lồ install the one that is compatible with the OS running in your computer.

Automatically update driver: If you don’t have time or patience, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system & find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to lớn know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need lớn risk downloading và installing the wrong driver, & you don’t need khổng lồ worry about making a mistake when installing.

You can update your drivers automatically with either the miễn phí or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):

Run Driver Easy and click Scan Now. Driver Easy will then scan your computer & detect any problem drivers.
Restart your computer to take effect.

This should fix your problem. Still no luck? Okay, there’s one more thing khổng lồ try.

Fix 3: Boot your computer in low-resolution mode

This method has been said lớn be working for many people who have the same error. You can try using the low resolution mode in your computer, in order to lớn match the resolution for your monitor.

If you’re using Windows 10, Windows 8 và Windows 8.1:

Ensure your PC is off.Press the power nguồn button lớn turn on your PC, then hold the power button down until PC shuts down automatically (about 5 seconds) . Repeat this more than 2 times until you see the Preparing Automatic Repair (see below screenshot).

Note: This step is aim to lớn bring up Preparing Automatic Repair screen. When Windows doesn’t boot properly, this screen pops up and Windows attempts khổng lồ fix the problem by itself. If you’ve seen this screen at the first time when you power up the computer, skip this step.

Then wait for Windows lớn diagnose your PC.


Click Advanced options, then the system will bring up the Windows RE (Recovery environment.) screen.
Click Troubleshoot.
Click Advanced options.
Click Startup Settings lớn continue.
Click Restart. The computer restarts & another screen opens showing a danh sách of different startup options.
Press the number key (normally the number 3 key) next lớn the option: Enable low-resolution video (mode).

Then your computer will boot into the low-resolution mode & it should fix your error.

If you’re using Windows 7, Windows XP or Windows Vista:

You can try the tradition F8 key to get into the boot options:

Power on your computer, then keep pressing F8 key after your monitor displays its own biệu tượng công ty or post screen và before you see the Windows logo.In the Advanced Boot Options Menu screen, press the arrow up or arrow down key khổng lồ select Enable card vga Mode (or Enable low-resolution mode).

Then press Enter on your keyboard.

Your computer will boot into the selected vga mode and your error message should disappears.

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That’s it. Hope this post comes in handy và fixes the error “The current input timing is not supported by the monitor display” in your computer.

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