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You cannot do this using the cables you have available. Both the MHL-to-HDMI and HDMI-to-VGA adaptor cables are "active converters". They have proper electronics built in to them and actively convert one signal type to another very different signal type. Because they are active cables they both need a power supply. The MHL cable has a power supply: ...


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we deployed these at work, every single one has the issue you describe. get a DP++ to DVI cable (or whatever your monitor supports). the plug for this is right next to VGA port on the left side of your laptop. this should fix your issue.


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So long as the DVI adapters are both DVI-A it should work. If one is DVI-D it's less likely, unless it performs D-A conversion. It would be a safer bet to just get a Mini-DVI to VGA. There are ones listed specifically for MacBooks, if you just Google "Mini-DVI to VGA adapter"


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I have the 2 cables needed for this and upon testing the 2 cables together hooked up to my computer and a screen it works just fine.


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See the lenovo support site http://support.lenovo.com/ch/de/documents/ht071102 also may depend on whether your power is plugged in or you're running on battery.


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Mid to high end graphics cards these days do come with dual (or more) digital display outputs like DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI. The lower end graphics cards still often come with VGA output, as people with lower end graphics cards will also have lower end monitors. So why does your card have a VGA out..? Well, I hate to break it to you, but the ATI HD8570 ...


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Another solution: select RGB 4:4:4 PIXEL FORMAT PC Standar (Full RGB) en ATI AMD card and the blue text its gone !!


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if possible try using any other video output such as the VGA output, if this doesn't work your graphics adapter is buggered and you either: need to get it fixed at a computer shop (they will probably send it off to the manufacturer or order a replacement motherboard) or you can just buy a new laptop.


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Reboot into safe mode Enter code: rm -rf /private/var/ this will trick the system into booting into setup.


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boot into Safe Mode open Device Manager via "devmgmt.msc" in a run box click on any item in the device list then click on "View">"Show hidden devices" if you see any with yellow triangles or exclamation points, right click and select "Uninstall" (make sure "delete driver" is unchecked) Reboot and reboot again when prompted (if this worked) If this does ...


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You will need a converter like this one. Most converters are HDMI to VGA that I have seen. Most (reliable) VGA to HDMI converters are powered. Try one of those and it will likely solve your issue.


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I have seen on other tvs that if you turn the sharpness all the way down on the tv itself it will clear up the text. Worth a try.


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is it possible to make the VGA into the same high quality DVI-D No, not really. Your computer generates digital information, then it either: Outputs that to a monitor without quality loss (DVI-D, HDMI or Display port) Or translated it into analog, transmits that and translated that back as good as possible (VGA and DVI-A). Your VGA output is ...


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Yes, the HDMI interface supports detection, however, not all monitor brands and/or driver versions support it. For example, I have a computer connected to two monitors, and one is an older Sharp monitor that does not blank out when connected with HDMI, but it does blank out when using VGA or DVI. My other Asus monitor does blank out with HDMI, so I use the ...


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I've ran into this same issue. A DVI-D is digital only port and even though you have a DVI-D adapter, an analog monitor will not work with the dvi "digital" port on your computer. I assume it's not a DVI-I port on your PC? If not you will have to buy an analog/digital converter to get this to work. Also important is to know a DVI "adapter" is not the same as ...



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