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Just putting together a pc system, I've never done this before, and I assumed that first I'd connect the keyboard, mouse and monitor to the other bit and turn it on. The optical mouse now lights up and looks very much alive. The HP monitor (HPw1907v) gives me a message VGA Input No Input Signal Then it goes to sleep. The monitor is connected to the VGA socket on the back of the PC

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    Zaphod Beeblebrox May 11, 2010

    ....do you have a separate video card installed ? Or are you trying to use your motherboards onboard video ? Some mainboards need to have a jumper set to direct the type of video output desired although most newer boards tend to utilize the BIOS for settings like that.


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    David Eisenberg May 11, 2010

    What sounds do you hear when you power up the tower? Listen carefully & note the order of each.

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Check the jumper settting 

or maybe your connection went wrong somewhere 
just check them out

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