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Emachines monitor has no signal

My E3516 emachines PC monitor has no signal. I found a solution on line to reload the BIOS, but I am a computer dummy and I am not sure how to follow these instructions. It says hit <delete> then <F5> then &F10> then <enter> Do I hit alt,delete, the ampersand and the letters g,t all at one time? Or alt,delete and the letters gt? Can someone help to guide me through?

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  • Fran Bednar
    Fran Bednar May 11, 2010

    Where did you find this info ? Do you have a link ?

    You shouldn't have to mess with your bios to get a monitor to work ?

    Does the monitor start up and say NO SIGNAL ??



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* First u can remove the display cable from cpu ( system ) .

1. Power LED coming or not .

2. Self cheak display or plain raster is comming or not. , both r ok ,

3. then u can cheak the display cable. & system.

4. 14 th pin is horizontel signal , 15 th is vertical signal , cheak the continuty the both wires.this signals is most importent for display.

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