Question about Gateway GT4015E AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2GHz / 1GB DDR / 200GB HDD / DVDRW DL / DVD-Rom / Flash PC Desktop
The monitor for my Gateway GT5228 suddenly has "no signal" and then goes into standby. This occured after one year of the computer and monitor working perfectly. I tried hooking up a different monitor and video cable to the computer with the same results. I assumed the onboard video card had gone bad so I purchased a Radeon HD 3650 (PCI express) and put it in the PCI slot and connected the monitor to the new video card...same results. How can I get a video signal from my computer? When I start my computer I do not get a signal to my monitor. Just get a blank screen. I put on a new cable but get the same result. I hooked my monitor up to a different computer and it worked on the other computer. What should I try next?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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