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Monitor not recieving signal

I have an t6536 e-machine and the monitor is not receiving a signal the monitor and cord is good checked with anther computer

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  • kmmm7 Nov 07, 2008

    i tryed the monitor on another computer and it works then when i hook it back up to the one it still says no signal

  • kmmm7 Nov 07, 2008

    i think i got it fixed thank you so very much and i think i only have the integrated video card if it happens agian i will let you know

  • athome43 Nov 14, 2008

    I have the same problem with my emachine. It also has the integrated video card. Can you tell me what you did to fix it

  • Diana Townsend Nov 19, 2008

    i have an EMACHINE T6420 and last week. when i would go into vnc (pc connecting software) the monitor would just go blank. i couldn't get it back either unless I unplugged the machine for a few mins and plugged it back in. Then it would run fine for awhile and sometimes turn off again but always seemed like when I was in vnc software. I uninstalled vnc software and re-installed. I ran adware, malwarebytes and our antivirus software and got nothing. I thought memory was faulty. I bought new memory and replaced. The pc came up once and went down again when i went into vnc software. shut machine off to reboot and it will not come up. The keyboard stopped working the mouse stopped working and i have no video. I also can not ping on network anymore. so I can't remote into it either.



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Have you tried a different Monitor with the PC?

Sounds like a Video card problem. Try a different Monitor that you know works with it. If you have the same problem try removing the video card from the PC and then put it back in. Make sure it fully seats into its slot, if the slot has a flipcatch at the back of it make sure that swings up and locks into the notch on the video card. If there is a power connector on the video card make sure that it is plugged in.

If you try these and you still have a problem, please post a comment here, so I can further help you

Hope this helps

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  • David Preston
    David Preston Nov 07, 2008

    Your Motherboard has an integrated Video adapter that I think may have inadvertently turn on. Do you have a seperate video card (One near the bottom of the PC in the slot ports) or do you just have the integrated Video (Up near the mouse/keyboard and USB connectors)

    If you have a seperate Video card move your monitor cable to the Other Video connector, If you then get a signal, let me know and I can advise you how to change your BIOS setting to use the seperate card.

    If you do not have a seperate card let me know and I can try to think of other causes for your problem.

    Looking forward to helping you




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