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Re: no display in monitor
Was the monitor tested, that it is working before it was delivered to you? Because it was still under warranty. If your system unit open ( a beep sound hear ) wihen your new monitor was attached only that their is no display but the monitor has a power, means it needs a video card with a driver to be installed. If you have another monitor try it to your computer if the problem still the same.
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Good day, For you lcd issue you may try doing these steps:
1. Check if the the power cable of properly plugged in.
2. Check the cable connecting your monitor to the tower or CPU
3. If there's no power at all you can try to change the power cord and also the monitor to cpu cable.
4. You can also plug it on another outlet to make sure that its not your power outlet that's causing this problem
If everything above doesnt work for you, you might consider having it check by a technician or just purchase a new one. Hope this information help you a bit. Have a great day.
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1) if yours LED power on and display of window not giving then problem from cpu.
a. first replace yours RAM and check display.
b. then display cable and check display.
c. Install new Display card and check display, if not giving display it means motherboard have a problem
2) LED not giving power on then problem from monitor
a. replace monitor power cable and check display
b. monitor logic card have aproblem
mcdevito75 here Refer to the instalation instructions that came with your new PC and monitor, Also you cantry to hit the auto switch on the monitor or check with the menu on the monitor, press menu and see instructions / options.
first check your system resolutions on settings of display settings. what is the resolution of screen. and check monitor supported resultion information is there on monitor manual. adjust display resolution if necessary. then connect new monitor.
First you check whether the new monitor displays your system starting screen. mean before booting into windows. some text in black color.
if u change monitor . you came to know fault of monitor or cpu., if monitor works cpu is not woking properly..some itime we face same problem to creat by changining highgraphic. we can reduce graohic by using f8. re instiling xp we can solve that type of some problem.
Typically this happens when the resolution of the display is out of range of the monitor. Normally this is when the resolution is too high. Have you changed the resolution settings? Also, not to be crass, but if there a video card in the system, be sure that you are connected to the correct VGA connector. With an extra card in the system, the onboard VGA connector is not used.
It may be that the LCD monitor will not display all screen resolutions
so you may need to change your resolution to match the desired
resolution and refresh rate of the LCD. In your case the computer
should be outputting:
1024x768 pixels 60 Hz
You can change these settings by right clicking on the desktop and clicking properties and they're under the settings tab. Change the screen resolution by moving the slider to the recommended setting (1024x768)
under the advanced button click the "monitor" tab - make sure the screen refresh rate is set to 60 hertz (60 hz)
your monitor does not support the screen resolution that your windows install is set to. hook your pc back up to your computer guys monitor, and reduce the screen resolution, then hook it back up to your monitor.