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This is probably a RAM memory trouble, you have to try with 2 ways: 1) Try with another RAM memory to start your pc, 2) Verify the memory using a DOS software to check it.

Also, you could reset the BIOS using the jumper settings established on the PC Motherboard Manual to try if the BIOS is fail, or update the PC BIOS.

At last, You must check the temperature generated on the devices, if it's warm it means that the Hardware needs to add more fan coolers, or deactivate Overclocking. The overheat cause this fail too.

Click on this site to setup Bios or Cmos :

http://www.computerhope.com/issues/chooo192.htm

Or can try in safe mode

Best of Luck ! Please dont for get to Vote.Thank You.

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Mar 19, 2011


plug it out and take for repair from technician or if you are a technician . there is problem in the main board where power comes in.

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Feb 25, 2011


Most probably it has the same problem like mine, bad filter capacitors on the power unit. 1-Disassamble the display unit a-remove the screws marked with arrows at the back of the unit b-pry the front frame softly by the corners and lift it up c-remove the 4 chrome screws beneath the switch and led board d-remove the pedestal by removing it's screws (4) and the pedestal top cover screws (2) e-place the unit flat on it's face on a table and remove the back cover f-remove the metal shield by remowing the connector on its right side and the screw at the middle. 2-Now you can see the power supply. Check all the electrolytic condensators for a flat top. Even if the top is slightly puffed up that will lndicate a bad or very-soon-will-be-bad capacitor. 3-Replace them with same value of capacitors. But be careful that the replacement capacitors has to carry the max working temperature marking for 105°C NOT 85°C. The later will not last long in a switch mode power supply environment.
Now you can put the unit back into one piece and carry on using it for some more years.

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Feb 25, 2011


Same problem here, but after using the plugging/unplugging method it eventually stopped all together. So, I took it to a local monitor repair shop (AM Stereo, Seattle). The problem is a power supply issue where the capasitors go bad. They fixed the monitor by replacing the capacitors for $70. In there experience, all monitors, regardless of brand, tend to use the same cheap capacitors which fail. He replaced them with better quality capacitors which may make this monitor better than it ever was. I'm back in business with a great monitor!

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Oct 18, 2010


three things can be the issue here:

1. No signal from the tower (VIDEO CARD)
2. Bad cable or bent pin on the d-sub 9-15 pin vga connector.
3. Bad signal board inside the monitor itself.

Things to try:

1. another computer.
2. check the signal cable for bent pins.
3. check the video card in the tower.

Before you "think its a bad monitor" you always want to assume the computer first as computers are 9 times out of 10 why the monitor is not coming on such as BIOS errors, Bad video card, bad power supply etc etc.

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Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on May 28, 2010


Hi,
By following these steps u can adjust the brightness

Step 1
Press "Menu" on your LCD's display panel (usually below the screen). Various display options will be shown on the screen.
Step 2
Select brightness from the options. This is usually indicated by a sun. Use the "+" and "-" buttons on your display panel to increase or decrease brightness.
Step 3
Select contrast from the options. This is usually indicated by an oval half black and half white. Use the "+" and "-" buttons on your display panel to increase or decrease contrast.

Thank you

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


Check for bulging capacitors on the DAC (power supply board) replace any that look bad, if all look good replace entire board. should come in under $50

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Aug 24, 2009


My screen information is too large to read. When I try to change settings, I am unable to see the "OK" or "APPLY" buttons at the bottom of the page. How can I adjust my screen so that I am make changes.

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Dec 30, 2008


1. Please check the signal cable connections; make sure it's tight and secure.
2. Please check if there is any missing / bent pin in the signal cable.
3. Please connect the monitor to a different computer to eliminate a possibility of video card (in your computer) problem.
4. try going into the menu on the monitor to find a degauss option it should work

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on May 24, 2008


Hi,
Your laptop resolution is greater than the external monitor can handle. From your laptop, try changing the screen resolution to 800x600, if it works, up the ante to 1024x768. You can bring it up again until you find a comfortable screen resolution. You will eventually stop to a point when your external monitor displays about 80% of the laptop screen. That is, back to your original problem. But you get the idea. Cheers!

Sceptre DCL 7A... | Answered on Mar 28, 2008


Hello Ron

The Sceptre X9W is a computer monitor with an amplifier and speakers. Unfortunately, it does NOT have a microphone. You would need to buy a cheap microphone and plug it into the sound card on the back of the computer.

The Specifications on your monitor are here.

SCEPTRE X9WG NagaV Black 19 34 8ms Widescreen HD Ready LCD Monitor 300 cd...

You can pick up a microphone like this for 10 bucks at Walmart

Omni Directional Condenser Computer Desk Microphone Walmart com

Sceptre... | Answered on Sep 02, 2017


"Update" does not mean "upgrade." You can update the firmware in the microprocessor with a newer version, so that it runs better in most cases. You cannot upgrade to better hardware using this method.

Sceptre... | Answered on May 29, 2017

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