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Hp d530 display out


I would unplug the video cable from the computer to the monitor. turn the monitor on and see if you get a message on the display stating video loss or something like that. this will determine if the problem is with the display or the video card in the computer. If you get the video loss message, then the display is good and the problem is with the video card / VGA port on the motherboard or the computer is not fully booting up.

Oct 06, 2013 | HP Compaq d530 PC Desktop

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My laptop lg x130 stuck for almost a month when i turn on it the screen has no display


The display of your laptop is one of its most integral components, and if it is exhibiting problems, it is one of the most frustrating issues you can experience as a computer owner. A display can experience a variety of issues, from the mildly annoying flickering of a screen, to it not powering on at all. Identifying the problem is the first step towards assessing whether it can be fixed, or if it is time to get a new computer.

  1. Brightness
    • If the brightness of your screen is intermittent, or is flickering, it is likely that the inverter is broken. The inverter is a small board that controls the brightness of your screen. It plugs into the display and the motherboard, or the main brain of your computer. Try a new inverter board, which you can get from your computer manufacturer, or from a computer supply store, by taking out the inverter from your display casing.
    Garbled Video
    • If there is garbled video on your screen, it may mean that the low-voltage differential signaling cable, also called an LVDS cable, has begun to malfunction, or that the graphics card is failing. To check your LVDS cable, open up the computer and unplug the LVDS, which will be running from the motherboard up into your display. Plug the LVDS cable back in and with the computer open, turn the computer on and check the graphics. If it continues, you may need to take the display out of its casing and unplug the LVDS from the back of the screen. If the graphics issue continues, try another graphics card. If the new graphics card is in, and there are still graphics issues, the LVDS will need to be replaced.
    No Video
    • If there is no video on the screen of your laptop, it can mean one of two problems: that the display has completely given out, or the logic board is not supplying any video to the screen. If there is no video, try moving the screen forward to back several times to see if video appears momentarily. If so, there may be a loose connection. If no video comes on, hook up an external monitor to the computer and see if any video appears. If video does appear, it is likely the screen has died. If there is no video, your graphics card has failed. Depending on the logic board holding the graphics card, you will either have to replace the graphics card, or the whole logic board.
I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

Aug 17, 2011 | LG Computers & Internet

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I have the VE278Q which is connected by display port, every time i turn off my computer and then turn it back on the monitor can't be found, I have to unplug the display port cable, unplug the monitor,...


when you say monitor can't be found did you mean the monitor has no reactions when you turn on your pc?

here are some test you may need to do to know which part is faulty
1. Turn on your computer, did it display the monitor's logo on screen? When it does monitor is good, when only blank screen it could be the vga cable or the video card.
2. See if the led indication lit. When it lit to steady green, it's good signal is coming in from the video card. It should be followed by screen display. If no display it could be the backlight inverter lamp busted or faulty inverter board. When lit green then turns red, no signal coming from the video card. Check vga cable if fix properly to both monitor and video card. Or may need to reseat properly connection of video card from the motherboard. If no led indication lamp, then monitor is dead. Check ac power cord for continuity using multitester. Check power supply section in the monitor, replaced bulged or blown capacitor with exact value, this components were the first to get affected when lcd monitor failed o turn on.
3. When computer was turned on got display and then monitor turns black, go check the vga cable, Fix the connection properly or may need to replace it with new one.
4. When no signal appears or display blank screen after logo, then check video card. First remedy is to disconnect it the reseat properly to the motherboard. If this have no effect change your video card.

go follow these steps and let me know which is closely to your problem so I can give you a good advise.

Jan 30, 2011 | ASUS LCD Monitor

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The display has turned yellow.


Possibilities:

* bad connection of video-cable to monitor
* bad connection of video-cable to computer
* bad video-cable
* bad monitor -- connect to a different computer to see if it works, or displays the same symptom
* bad video-card -- connect a different monitor to see if the symptoms persist

It's probably time to responsibly-recycle that CRT, and spend $100 to buy a new 19-inch LCD monitor.

Oct 23, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 793DF 17" CRT Monitor

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We have a Toshiba TPB P5 projector that displays all menus, and shows the computer display fine at first, but as soon as the video changes (new page, new window) the projector shuts off and goes to...


First check your video with ANOTHER external monitor. It may be the video output of the computer turns off (It often comes from a different driver than the main computer screen). This would then be a software problem...

Jan 09, 2010 | Toshiba TDP P5 Multimedia Projector

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No signal to monitor. Cable is fine and so is the Video Card -


your motherboard may be going out is your keyboard also acting crazy

Aug 15, 2009 | Impression Products Impression 7LSP 17"...

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Just plugged a Dell E193FP monitor into my emcahine - running XP - turned it on and video display said ''cannot display this video type''


The computer is not able to communicate with the hardware properly. It can be solved installing the Video drivers (The video card drivers AND the display drivers).

Check for updates with the manufacturer of the video driver.

To determine what Video card your computer has, just right click in MY PC - MANAGE - DEVICE MANAGER and click Video, check properties.

Good luck.

Mar 27, 2009 | Dell E193FPp 19" TFT LCD Flat Panel...

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Display problam


  1. Make sure that the monitor is turned on and has power. Make sure that the display's power cord is plugged into a working wall outlet, and that it's properly connected to the power adapter. (To check if the wall socket is working, plug in a lamp or other electrical device.)
  2. Check that all video cable connections to the computer video port and to the monitor are properly connected.
  3. Examine the pins on the video cable connector to make sure they are not bent or damaged in any way.
  4. Connect a known working display (if you have an extra one available). If you see video after doing so, replace your old display.
  5. Unplug the video cable and then turn on the monitor, check any message is showing in monitor if its shown means ur monitor is ok or else their is a problem in monitor..
  6. turn off the system and check the ram..
  7. Reset the computer...

Jan 28, 2009 | ASUS MB M3A78-EMH HDMI RT Motherboard

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No display (black) - power light is amber color


The video signal is not reaching your monitor, check the pins on the connector from the monitor to the computer, then check the video card:

Turn off your computer, unplg the power, and then take out the video card. Wait 5 minutes and then put the card back into the computer and turn it on. For onboard video; turn off the computer, unplug the power, then hold down the power button on the front for 5-10 seconds, then plug back in and turn on.

Make sure the video card is snug in the AGP/PCI slot. If this is built-in video, try borrowing a video card from another computer and install it in this one. If the borrowed card works, then replace you card. If video is built in, then you can disble the onboard video and use the new card without having to replace your motherboard.

Jul 14, 2008 | ViewSonic VX910 19" LCD Monitor

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NO SIGNAL What do I do?


These messages are normal when the computer truly goes into suspend mode or loses the video signal (such as when the computer is suddenly turned off).
If the monitor displays any of these messages when the computer should be displaying video , do the following items until an image from the computer appears:

1.
Ensure the computer is really sending a video signal. To bring the computer out of suspend mode: move the mouse, press the spacebar, and press the suspend button on the keyboard twice (the suspend button has an icon that looks like a quarter moon).
2.
Ensure the video cable is connected (and connected to the correct video port).
3.
If you are trying to view video from a set-top box, DVD player or similar device, use its menu system to set the proper video output channel so that it matches the video connection are using. For example, if the monitor is connected to a satellite receiver via a second HDMI connection on the back of the receiver, select HDMI-2 (or similar) using the remote control for the receiver.
4.
Turn off the monitor using the monitor's power button and then restart the monitor.
5.
Cycle the power on the monitor as follows:
1.
Turn off the monitor. The power light on the monitor should be off. Leave the computer turned on.
2.
Unplug the power cord.
3.
Wait 5 seconds.
4.
Plug in the power cord.
5.
Press the power button on the monitor to turn on the monitor.
One of two things happens:
1.
The image from the computer displays on the monitor and you can use the computer again. This indicates that the monitor was unable to detect that the computer had awakened from suspend mode. Turn the monitor off when it is not being used or disable suspend mode. For some computers, updating the BIOS corrects these types of suspend problems.
2.
The power light on the monitor comes on but the screen displays one of the messages again. The monitor is not receiving a video signal from the computer that it can detect and use. Continue using these steps to adjust the Windows display resolution to the Monitor's native (default) resolution.
6.
Adjust the Windows display resolution to a setting that is compatible with the monitor:
NOTE: The native resolution setting for your model of monitor can be found in the Monitor User Guide, the monitor's product packaging, and product specifications.
1.
Restart the computer and press F8 repeatedly after the first logo screen.
2.
Select Safe Mode .
3.
Windows should open showing a Windows desktop with lower resolution and fewer colors.
4.
In Windows Vista, click Start , Control Panel , and click Adjust Screen Resolution in Appearance and Personalization.
In Windows XP, click Start , Settings , Control Panel and then double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab.
5.
Move the slider bar until the native resolution for the monitor is set, click OK and restart the computer.
6.
If the native resolution is not available from the slider bar, click Advanced Settings , click List All Modes (from the Adapter tab), select the resolution, and click OK .
If the native resolution setting is not available as a selection in Windows, you can temporarily use 1024 x 768 to complete these steps. However, you should update the graphics driver on the computer. Updating the graphics driver can provide more display resolutions to Windows; possibly including the native display resolution for the monitor.
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Check for nVidia video driver updates at nVidia Home Page (in English).
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Check for ATI video driver updates at ATI Home Page (in English).
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Check for S3 video driver updates at S3 Graphics Home Page (in English).
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Check for Intel video support and downloads, Intel Downloads (in English).
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If you own an HP or Compaq computer, HP hosts video drivers and some video driver updates at the HP Software and Drivers site (in English)
7.
Connect the monitor to another computer that you know is working to determine if the monitor should be serviced or replaced:
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If the monitor displays an image from another computer, you know that the monitor works. Troubleshoot the video connection and graphics adapter on the computer.
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If the monitor remain blank when connected to another computer, the monitor signal processing hardware may be bad. The monitor should be repaired or replaced.

NOTE: One or more of the links above will take you outside the Hewlett-Packard Web site. HP does not control and is not responsible for information outside of the HP Web site.

Jun 15, 2008 | HP PAVILION A6230N DESKTOP PC

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