Question about E-Machines e15t 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I just purchased an emachine 17' ldc monitor from Best Buy and it worked fine for about an hour. I pressed the Auto adjust button on the monitor to callibrate the size of the new monitor and it was working fine. Then when I tried to reboot I got an error message that said 'No Signal' I tried to restart in the safe mode and I got a 'VGA' error. Then tried to run the Microsoft scan disk and it stopped (3 times) at 24%. I called Best Buy and they said their Geek Squad would charge $75 to evaluate the problem that occured due to the product I just purchased from Best Buy. Does anyone know how to get this emachine monitor to work?
1: Check the cable connections for the VGA or DVI cable at both ends for a secure connection.
2: There may be a button on the bezel of the monitor for input source to switch between VGA, DVI, or HDMI. While the monitor is on, press that one or more times waiting 2 or 3 seconds between presses to see of it finds the signal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you found a solution yet? I just posted the same problem with my E15T4.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
SOURCE: eMachines TFT LCD Gone Black
I have a E17TR (17") version that a friend gave me (free) a few months back, and just this morning it failed in the exact same way.
My theory is that the image is there but that it is just not being illuminated (so that I can see it). Such a case would suggest a problem with the Backlight or the Inverter.
I have found two web pages (from a company selling LCD repair parts) that can explain better than I.
Hope this help (the pages educated me).
Now if I can just figure out how to open the case; I took out the 4 screws (on the lower end of the back panel), but it just will not open in any way that seems logical . . . .
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Sounds like windows resolution or refresh rate is too high for the 15" monitor. Try starting in safe mode and setting the resolution below 1024 X 768 and refresh at 60. Restart.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
The first thing I would check is your video card (usually driver) problem. Start windows in safemode with networking. If this problem has occured after updating the video card driver you may try rolling back the driver to a previous version, otherwise try
Once windows starts you'll want to go to the start menu and find and click run. In the text box enter the command "devmgmt.msc" and hit enter and the device manager should appear. Look for display adapters and left click the + and you should see your video card. Right click the video card and select properties from the drop down menu. Select thr driver tab. Now if the problem had occured after updating the driver, choose rollback the driver from the menu. If not try selecting the update driver option. After updating/rolling back the driver you'll want to try restarting in normal mode.
If it still won't start in normal mode you can try troubleshooting the video card under the general tab in properties, though to be honest I've found this rarely usefull but it might help you. Otherwise you'll want to make sure that your videocard is enabled in BIOS. A quick totorial of BIOS if needed http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/bios-beginners,1126.html.
Otherwise it's likely a physical issue with the graphics card. Since you've tried reseating the card already it may be that the card is damaged and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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