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Hi, It seems that the real issue is with the monitor itself and it needed to be checked some electronic repairman or you can even go for a new monitor. The problem that you have placed is with the internal components and should be repaired by changing it to get the picture instantly as before.
yes all the connection are intact, in these cases have the cpu check the monitor is not the problem, the monitor is still displaying which means that it is good, have the cpu check or check how many vga adpater is present in the cpu, if you have a built in and a separate card and you plug the monitor to the built it will not work and you need to connect it on the separate expansion card that is install inside your cpu
PROBABLY NOT.YOU JUST HAVE PROBLEM WITH YOUR MONITOR AND NOT WITH CPU.TALKING ABOUT SLOW SPEEDS YOU JUST NEED RO INSTALL REGISTRY REPAIR SOFTWARE JUST DOWNLOAD IOLO SYSTEM MECHANIC AND INSTALL IT ON YOUR PC. TO INCREASE CONNECTION SPEED USE MODEM BOOSTER
It is display screen resolution issue. When you power up the computer press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode then go to control panel ->display->settings then change screen resolution to 1024*768 then restart then check.
There are three things you need to have a good gaming computer, fast graphics card, fast CPU, and lots of RAM. You didn't list your RAM so I can't help you, but 4GB is the most you can put in a computer. If you want to know everything about your computer then click on Start>Accesssories>system tools>system.
Ok you asked four or five questions so lets start with the CPU since if that breaks nothing else matters. First, the measurement for CPU is GigaHertz (GHz) not rpm. So it looks like you have a 1.98GHz CPU. That is not extremely fast (my Dell laptop for instance has a 2.4GHz) so you don't have to worry about your CPU overheating. Yes, all CPUs should have a heatsink and a fan. It helps with the cooling. A CPU also does a thing called "throttling" if it is getting too hot it slows itself down to cool off. So you are good with the CPU.
The other fan is the large fan you hear going on and off. That is connected to your power supply. The measurement for that is in wattage, it is custom made depending on the motherboard so that is a given that there is no problems with the power supply.
Both fans on the CPU and the Power Supply will turn off and on as they get hotter then stop when they are cool again.
Your graphics card is the most important for gaming. It should come with its on RAM and it's on fan. GE FORCE makes some good ones. Just google "gaming graphic cards" and you'll get an idea of what you need.
So that's it. Hope this helps you understand more. If you have any questions let me know. Don't forget to rate this solution with four stars before logging out.
Hi Rick, Most common cause of this error is when the video signal cables are knocked off rendering the connection from the monitor to the CPU loose. Turn off the PC and secure all connections. Have you had your computer moved or repaired where you need to remove connections? Some PCs have more than one video cards (video output) and you may have connected it in the wrong video port. You can isolate the problem further by connecting your CPU to a known working monitor (office, freind's, neighbor, 2nd home PC). The other way is to isolate the problem is to connect your problematic monitor to a known working PC and see if video will be displayed. If video is present, your CPU's video card has gone bad or the contacts are not seated properly in the slot. Best Regards
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You should be able to upgrade that processor to around 1ghz (1000mhz). That will double your cpu speed.
And shop around online for some PC-133 SDRAM for your model of pc. Get that thing up to at least 512mb of system memory and you will probably be alot happier with it's performance! If all you generally do is email and surf the net, no need to drop the bucks on a new machine if your looking for just a little more speed. Unless your wanting something newer anyway, then go for it. But you should be able to upgrade that one yourself for easily under $100 if you shop the parts online.