No External Display Supported Error in Linux OS.

Asked By 10 points N/A Posted on -
qa-featured

I am using Linux OS for my laptop. Before Linux, I was using Windows 7, and actually it was very easy in Windows to connect my Samsung Smart Curved TV with Laptop through HDMI port. But I can't do the same in Linux. No external display supported error occurs in Linux. Is there any easy way possible for that?

SHARE
Answered By 562865 points N/A #185634

No External Display Supported Error in Linux OS.

qa-featured

I guess it would be better to just shift back to Microsoft Windows 7 rather than continue using Linux or Linux Ubuntu. This is because the Linux operating system is not widely used by people even by companies and only few users are using it on their computer. The only good thing about this operating system is that it is totally free unlike with Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X that needs to be purchased.

Also, even if your Linux operating system has a driver for your laptop’s HDMI port, it may not be the same with the SmartTV you have. Your Samsung Smart Curved TV may not support your operating system because before you can connect it to your computer, the TV itself needs to recognize the operating system on the other end to have a successful connection.

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions