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Veriton 7600gt why no output video is going to the
Sometimes we wonder why there is no video output on the monitor or we just get "no signal" display. This may happen if the vga cable or the cable that connects from the monitor to the system unit (tower) is loose. It also happens when the monitor has power but the system unit is not turned on. In this case, you can try to do the steps below if it can resolve the issue. (This works with others, I hope it'll work on yours.)
- Sheck the cables and connections to make sure that they're securely plugged in.
- If you have another monitor, please try to plug it in.
- Try to check if there is activity on your harddrive or fan, issue might not be with the monitor but with the system unit.
Hope this helps.
on Nov 12, 2012
Acer Veriton 7600G Windows XP
The symptoms that you have mentioned has nothing to do with the internal battery ( coin like shape ) embedded in the motherboard. Starting problem are of two types. One it gets started , passes the booting procedure and stops while windows starts to load. Second if the system stops in the booting procedure.
As per your discription your system is not getting past the booting procedures. So any issue with hard drive is over rulled.
The issue in your case is with the power unit called the SNMP. Its located inside the cabinet wherer the power chord is connected. Its blown out and the only way to rectifiy it is get a new SNMP and replace it.
Once replaced the system will boot up normally.
Hope I could make myself clear. Please let me know in case any doubts.
on Jul 30, 2011
I want to overclock my
This is most likely impossible to do with the BIOS on your system. You may have to resort to software overclocking, but I strongly suggest not doing so as results are unreliable.
If the above is difficult to understand because of the language, please let me know and I will say it differently.
on Dec 23, 2010
No Video on screen
Please verify that your monitor is connected to AC power and that the power switch is on. Also verify that that the data cable from the monitor is securly plugged into the 15 pin female connector on the back of your PC.
If you still have no display, you can isolate the problem to either being internal to your PC or the monitor itself by connecting a known good monitor to your PC in place of your existing one.
If you stiil have no display, then the problem is internal to your PC and you need the services of a PC technician to further isolate the problem.
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on Dec 07, 2010
Usb port not recognized any device
- Don't worry just follow the simple steps and get rid out of that problem
Unplug the presently connected USB
device (if any). It is quite possible that the connection is not secure
and has become loose. Re-plug the USB device tightly and firmly into
the USB port. This is one of the most common reasons for an error in
detecting a USB device.
- Unsecure or Loose Connection
Scan for Hardware Changes in Device Manager
Use the Device Manager to scan for new and recently installed hardware. From the Start menu, select the Run option. In the pop up box, type in Devmgmt.msc and then click Ok. From the Action menu, click Scan for hardware changes.
This will make Windows scan & recognize any new devices that are
installed. Now, close all opened device managers and control panels.
Now, follow the above step and see if your computer detects the USB device.
USB Hub Power Management
Disable power management of the USB hub. To disable the power management on the USB hub, follow these steps; Click Start, and then click Run. Type devmgmt.msc in the popup box, and then click Ok. Expand the Universal Serial Bus Controllers' node, and then follow these steps for each USB Root Hub that is listed.
1. Right-click the USB Root Hub and then click Properties.
2. Click the Power Management tab.
3. Click to clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power check box, and then click Ok.
Note: If you perform the following procedure on a laptop computer, you may reduce the battery life.
Sometimes, simply unplugging the USB
device and turning off the computer for twenty minutes and then
restarting may solve the issue. If none of the above options have
solved the problem, check the manufacturer's website for new driver
information. It is possible that your drivers need to be updated. There
could also be a possibility of hardware failure, which needs to be
checked by a hardware expert.
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on Jun 30, 2010
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