Fix Input Not Supported

Fix Input Not Supported
Fix Input Not Supported
If you're seeing the error message "Input Not Supported," it typically means that your computer's display resolution is set higher than what your monitor can support. To fix this, you'll need to change the resolution of your display. Here's how to do that:

Open the Start menu and type "Display Settings" in the search box.
Click on "Display Settings" in the search results.
In the Display Settings window, look for the "Resolution" section.
Select a lower resolution from the dropdown menu and click "Apply" to save the changes.
If you're still having trouble, you may need to update your graphics driver or contact your computer's manufacturer for further assistance.

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