Pc does start but monitor is blank but its light is on
When pc is started the normal lights and sound appears but monitor is blank , the monitor lights are showing on with normal yellow light which means monitor is getting power , computer is on with all lights flashing and whirring sound of normal pc running , the only additional thing to mention is when computer was turned on the Intel logo / sign appears on the monitor for just a second then screen goes black / blank . It seems pc attemped to start normally for a second , then screen went dead , but computer still runnning with normal keyboard lights flashing and pc lights on . please advise , thanks syed.
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If you hear it start up and the lights come on, try hooking up an external monitor. When you do, be sure to push the Fn key plus whatever special function key shows 2 monitors on it so the output will be directed to the external monitor. Sounds like the LCD screen might not be working.
Try this: Remove Mini from A/C power; remove battery. Hold power button for 10 seconds; reinstall battery & A/C power. Try starting normally. Your netbook doesn't appear to have an external VGA port, or I would suggest trying to connect to an external monitor. Your monitor back-light may be burned out.
Was the PC running, and then shut down? Or, did it never start in the first place?
It sounds like it could be one of many things. Sometimes if the processor fan has failed, the computer will start up, and then shut down. Also, bad memory can cause the PC to shut down.
if u have a graphics card then that would be the problem.to check whether if it is damaged remove the card and connect the cable directly to the motherboardand see whether the monitor is normal
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Are you using an ON-board graphics adapter or a separate VIDEO CARD? Some motherboards lets you set the video output to "DISABLE ONBOARD GRAPHICS" if you have installed a video card (BIOS). You may have plugged the monitor cable to the onboard D-sub connection instead of using the Video Card D-sub connector.
Normally a flashing green power light means the input it receives from the video output is too much. You may have set the resolution too high or the bit depth too high. Consult the monitor manual on the rates it can handle. To be safe, try starting the computer on safe mode just to check if it is indeed the problem. If it boots properly and you can see your desktop, then there's a chance that the setting was too much for the monitor to handle.
Try replacin a new display card. If it is fine working.ok
If not try fixing for cold solder in the video section.
I suggest video section according your report the light green LED lighted that shows the power section is doing fine.
check both your power and video connections to the monitor, sounds more like a monitor power issue.
if the connections appear ok, but screen still blank, try connecting a known good working monitor from somewhere else and see if it works with your pc, if it does, your original monitor is faulty, if it doesn't, you have a pc video issue.
The flash light test only works with lcd monitor as they have back lights.
Double check the connections again, also, if you can borrow a monitor try it on your pc, it may be your graphics driver needs to be uninstalled and re-installed, but you will need a monitor to see.