Question about Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop
The computer works fine, but when i turn on the moniter the light by the power button is a pale green thats turns and orange and the screen is blank. The moniter works when i plug it into my laptop. Please help i have no idea whats wrong
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
I had this same problem when i started. You cant plug the monitor into the normal serial port. You have to plug it into one of the graphics card ports near the bottom. The plug wont fit normally so you must use the little adapter piece that comes in the small box. Put that onto the monitor plug and insert it into the graphics card.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
I have been fixing one for a customer. At first I thought that it was the typical burned out powersupply. Delta Electronics has created a replacement. The old REV 00 is 185 watts peak. The new REV01 is 185 nominal. Was the shaggy067 did not take the time to look up is that the 610 is an "All in one" modular monitor/case.
This customers is the first one that I have replace the power supply and it still does not work. I believe the flourescent backer of the LCD is shot. I will not know for sure until I find another one. The S-video works fine, so I am testing it using my projector. Everything works except the lcd panel.
check out http://www.32oz.com/mirror/Gateway_610/ for how to disassemble and replace the power supple. By the power supply from http://www.skyline-eng.com/ and not from the crooks on ebay. They are the only authorized rebuilders of the power supplies.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
How can he check if the monitor doesnt work?
because i have this same problem
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
I getting the same problem with an e-machine T6420 less then a year old tried more than one monitor
Posted on Nov 18, 2006
You give too little information. Is this a new monitor or new computer/video card? Obviously the monitor is OK, but it is also likely that your video card and/or settings are at fault. I would recommend trying a different monitor with the computer. After that, you should try escaping during the boot sequence (by pressing the Ctrl and F8 keys repeatedly during the bootup). This should then give you the option of booting in Safe Mode. This will allow you to then tweak the video card settings. Try a lower resolution setting. Of course this all assumes you are running Windows OS. Good Luck.
Posted on Nov 12, 2006
The problem is the video card on the computer its not the monitor itself. Check your video card or integrated video settings on your computer. Make sure everything is updated and running fine on your video card or integrated system.
Posted on Nov 14, 2006
Make sure your cables are all firmly connected. Also check the power strip or surge protector. If all is connected well and the pc will still not turn on it looks like the problem is the power supply unit, which can be replaced for around $20. I hope this works :).
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
try to umplug the modem from the motherboard last pci slot on the botom of the case if that works ok if not try new power supply if still not working problably bad motherboard thanks
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: My computer has recently
If you mean you didn't get any display in your monitor the first solution is u must reinsert your memory and memory slot.if still have the same issue confirm your monitor is connected to your tower properly.if you still have the same issue just replace your memory (ram).thank you.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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