Hi How old is your TFT Monitor? It looks like the Monitor has got some problem. First, make sure the cables are connected correctly. Try Changing the connecting cable (between monitor and pc) with another one. Try using another monitor with your pc & using same cables. If the problem persits, pls try your monitor on another Computer. This is all what you can do, if the problem wasn't solved, then maybe the problem is in the monitor that you need to take it to a specialit to repair it for you. I hope my steps were helpful.
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First double check to make sure no cords came loose - you may even want to unplug and replug the power cable both out of the computer and the wall.
If you do not have a loose cord, listen closely when you attempt to turn the computer on - is it making any noise? Do any lights come on? If not, you likely have a bad power supply.
If the computer does come to life, just no reaction on the screen, make sure your monitor is plugged in and turned on, and try unplugging and replugging the cord connecting the computer and the monitor.
If this still does not get it, you may be dealing with either a graphics card or monitor problem. If you have an alternate plug for the monitor to go - try that, or if you have a different monitor to use, try that.
This should either greatly narrow down or fix the problem for you.
This is otherwise known as the blue screen of death. it happens when your computer cant take all of the information being imputed into it. i think that all you have to do is unplug all cords from the computer replug then reboot your computer, now as its rebooting you will come to a screen its very quick but it has two peices of info on it htat can really help you one isa BIOS and the other is the Boot Menu select the F key for the BIOS then enter the BIOS go to the tab that says too Restoe all default settings Select and dont forget to save this should resolve all or your problems
Try shining a flashlight on the screen, or without the flashlight, try to see if you can distinguish anything on the screen at all, if you do, the backlight is dead, or the monitor has an internal most likely unfixable problem.
this has nothing to do with monitor because its says no signal, meaning its working!!! you need to be looking at the computer for possible hardware failures i.e. graphics card, memory and bios reset etc