Question about Gateway FPD1530 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Check that the monitor is indeed the problem, plug the montior into a different pc or laptop and see if it works.
if so then borrow a monitor from somewhere plug it in to your pc and see what happens if it does not produce a picture then check that your graphics card is seated correctly in your motherboard.
also this is where it gets tricky, but if the graphics card is AGP make sure that your bios is set to use the AGP (not PCI) as it's primary or vice versa if it's a PCI graphics card.
(I say tricky because you may not be able to view anything if you don't have or can't borrow a different type of graphics card ie try a PCI one if you have AGP) to do this step you will need to install a spare card.
if you still have no joy but you get the monitor to display something when it is plugged into the different PC, at least you know the monitor is not at fault.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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