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Having to look for the Europe owners manual. The US model does not have DVI (nor SCART) and has a whole page on what resolution to set in the TV menu for the VGA input to work.

But, first to try in regards to turning your computer and TV off.

I have had different TV's react differently when trying to connect a computer, particularly with HDMI. Have not had a set with DVI.

In regards to the HDMI setups, the first one I used with my computer, had to have the computer turned on and then turn the TV on. With that set I could change inputs on the TV and go back to the computer input and it would work fine.

Another one, the TV had to be turned on and then turn the computer on. This one, if I changed inputs and then went back to the computer input, it would not work. I had to reboot the system everytime I wanted to change the TV to that input.

It shouldn't hurt to try both methods to see if one works for you.

The one I currently have, just works. It doesn't matter what's turned on when. I can turn them on in any order and switch inputs back and forth on the TV with no effect.

Be back when I find that manual.

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