Given Relisys JM777 working fine on another CPU. Plugged everything in all seemed ok. Turned CPU and monitor on, initially got "No Signal" message up, that disappeared and nothing else came up on screen - what did I do wrong? Screen looked as though it was turned off yet power light was on.
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no input or signal means that the monitor is not receiving any signal from the CPU and if the power light is amber then and the cpu works fine then there could be a problem with the cable connecting the CPU and the monitor ...check the cable.
The monitor shows no signal probably it didnt detect the tower Ill be advising you to remoev the cable that conencts the cable used a clean cot or rug clean both ends of the cable , clean also the area whre you plug in the cable , the ports on the monitor and on the CPU make sure its clean . Then plugged it in , in case nothing happens try to used another cable that conenct from the monitor to the CPU you may aslo try to used other CPU to checked if monitor is working fine or try other monitor to checked if the port on the your CPU is working fine
There is no problem. The monitor is telling you that it's not receiving a signal. The reason there is no signal is because your computer is turned off, so it's telling the truth. :D
The monitor should go into idle mode on its own, so you won't see that message for very long. It's annoying, but doesn't cause any real problems. You can save even more energy by shutting off your monitor entirely after you shut down your computer. This will make the message go away and also save money on your electricity bill!
Generally Monitors have a single light in fron pannel, with dual mode colors as Green and Orange.
Green: Everything is OK .
Orange: Everything is OK, except it is not getting
any signals from computer or other source.
Try with any other monitor with your CPU, it may happen that CPU actually not providing any signal to Monitor. Try checking the "NUM LOCK" button on and off, whether it makes the light on keyboard to flash on or off.
If NUM LOCK is woking OK, there is surely some problme with your monitor and you need to get is checked physically with an engineer.
Your monitor not detecting your PC. Check your cable for any damaged pins or changed another cable. Still the same problems...Used another monitor on the same PC. If it OK! Then the other monitor AD board need to be replaced. What's AD board? It's a piece of component that you plugged your VGA or DVI cables to the monitor. Have a nice weekend!
1. Check make sure the audio cable are plugged in from the monitor to the PC output audio jack (light green).
2. Open your on screen display and go to Volume settings. See if it set on mute or set to 0.
3. Turn of your monitor & PC and unplugged all the cables from your monitor and PC wait for 10 seconds and then replugged it all the cables and audio cable back. Then turned on you PC...
4. If it still doesn't work.. open the back cover see if the speaker cable are plugged in.
5. If that doesn't work...then your monitor AD board built-in speakers are defective.
6. Why not just used a external speakers, it give better sound quality.
Have a nice weekend!
i have a relisys monitor and had this exact same problem where the menu screen comes on and then cycles through the various options until it gets stuck in a loop within the colours settings.
- the solution i found is to open the monitor itself. (make sure power supply is disconnected) - opening the monitor should be fairly easy - i have 4 screws located at each corner of the monitor. - i have 6 screws which locate and secure the stand.
- once the screws are removed you can prise open the monitor. - to make this easier start where the monitor comes apart the easiest and the use your fingers to slowly prise the rest of the casing apart.
- now examine the circuit board which you will spot quickly as it is the only circuit board visible. The rest is hidden by a steel guard. - the circuit board is secured with three screws before removing them make sure your body is free of static by touching something which is metal and grounded.
- once you have removed the board locate the white connecters which are inserted in to the board.
- the one i disconnected was the one which is concerned with the menu system, which is the small connecter.
- refit circuit board
- refit casing
- refit stand
and there you have it your monitor should now work but with no menu facility, however the monitor will still have the ability to auto reset the screen should it be misaligned.
this is not a complete fix, even though it worked for me it may not work for you, however you could try removing other connections and reseating them. more connections are locating underneath the steel guard inside the monitor.