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Computer won't boot, won't even get to the login area, it says no signal input and to check video cable, post codes it is showing is 49, 50 & 52, 65, 75

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    Michelle Nov 16, 2008

    I tried that but it won't let me go to anywhere where I can change the resolution and it still says no signal input and check video cable. Thanks for your help though.

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When upower up press F8 key then go to enble vga mode then set resolution in dispaly properties.1024*768.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

  • kishor khatri
    kishor khatri Nov 16, 2008

    ok enter in enable vga mode and i assume u enterd .then go to run enter "control" then press ok

    then u find display.open it.

    then settings.

    then in left u see display resolution set it with 1024*768.

    If u need any help then email me

    :kish.khatri@yahoo.co.in

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