Question about Dell E773C 17" CRT Monitor
This is not a real fix but it can sometimes help: Try leaving both the computer and the screen powerless for a few hours. Just unplug it from the wall. Then reconnect and cross your fingers.... Good Luck,
Posted on Apr 17, 2006
It could be, either your monitor have gone bad. The videocard is faulty. Or worst scenario: the motherboards graphic port (AGP?, PCI E port?) have kicked the bucket. If you have the possibility? Try the monitor on another PC. The same goes for the videocard. If you have'nt got a friend, that is willing to let you test the monitor / videocard? Take them to a service station. I guess, they wont charge you that much for testing the stuff. Ps. also try to connect your monitor to the other connector on the videocard, using the "DVI adapter", that probably came with your videocard bundle. If you did'nt get any DVI adapter? They just cost a couple of bucks in a PC hardware store. goranpaa
Posted on Apr 16, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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