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Ram and video card is working but still no message in screen, I change the cord, I check the pin, I test the monitor is ok...why still no message in the screen?

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GEForce series AGP 5500 256MB when connected using Windows xp OS there is no display in the monitor intel pentium dual core 2g ram


If you're having trouble on display in your monitor,please check the following;

1. Check your CPU if its responding,booting or the power light indicator is running.
2. Check the video card slot pin if its align and clean,as well as the serial/com cable connected ion both ends.
3. Try to replace another video card, might the current attached is damage.
4. Check all cords and see if there's some intermittent lines neither need to replace new cord.



good luck,

Jun 29, 2011 | Nvidia GeForce FX 5500 Video Card Graphic...

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The spynet watch turns on the but the screen is blank I can hear sounds but can not see the menu screen


When exactly you lost the display?

Just right after turning on the computer?While working in Windows? Or every time you open a program or application?

If problem happened just right after turning on the computer, we have 2 point of failures: Monitor or the VGA CARD/MOBO Onboard.

To test your monitor. While computer and monitor is ON. Unplug the VGA cord at the back or the monitor and check if you will see a box moving across the screen says monitor self test.

If no display replace monitor.

It monitor self test passed. Connect computer to a different monitor and if problem persist then update the video card driver or the motherboard chipset. If all fails then you have to replace your video card or motherboard.

Pls do consider replacing the VGA cord as well.

Hope this helps.

May 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Attention autoconfig please wait -- this message keeps popping up in the monitor continuously. it also adjusts the contrast anf brightness some times automatically. please help


Sounds like the "auto config " is built in to your monitor. It selects screen sizing based on the resolution, sync timing, refresh rate, etc... that your video card is adjusting on the computer.

I would suggest you to try changing the resolution in Windows and see if still receive the alert.

For more information on Screen resolution and display on monitor, check the below Microsoft Help & How-To Articles:

1:
Change screen resolution :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Change-screen-resolution

2: Getting the best display on your monitor :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Getting-the-best-display-on-your-monitor

3: Troubleshoot monitor and video card problems :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Troubleshoot-monitor-and-video-card-problems

If it is doing it often and you are not changing screen resolution I would say the monitor itself might have issues. It's possible your display driver may be corrupted. I would suggest you to download and install the latest drivers for the Monitor from the manufacturer's website.

For more information on Updating a Driver and fixing driver problems, check the below Microsoft Help & How-To Articles:
1: Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isnt-working-properly

2: Tips for fixing common driver problems
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Tips-for-fixing-common-driver-problems

Check the plug and cable, look for bent pins or pins pushed in.
Are you using one of those DVI/VGA adapters? If your monitor has dual inputs (DVI & VGA) have you tried using the other input?

Anyway you could check if the issue exists when the monitor is connected to another PC? Or maybe try another monitor on your PC?


source: answers.microsoft.com

Mar 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Problemas con el video


I also need Your OS.

Before
making yourself nuts, test the monitor on another PC or laptop. If you use a laptop to test the monitor and it doesn't automatically detect an external monitor when booting, use the "F" function keys along the top of the keyboard to tell the laptop to shift to the external display. Remember that we are testing just to see if the monitor is live, it doesn't matter if the screen settings are wrong and the display looks funny. If it doesn't work on a known good computer, the problem is with the monitor, not your PC. If a faint image is detectable on an LCD screen, the problem is with the backlight or the inverter that powers the backlight. A loud buzz coming from an LCD monitor is most likely the inverter circuit failing, though it can go on getting louder for years before it pops.

Assuming the system power comes up, does the monitor power come on? Monitors have a status LED on the front bezel that should show green, orange, or blinking if the monitor is powered on. You can also hear older monitors power on with a gentle sound, though I can't describe it beyond saying it's the sound of a CRT tube warming up. Make sure the monitor is plugged into a good outlet by testing the outlet with a lamp or any other device that will prove beyond a doubt that the outlet is good. Make sure that the power cord is either permanently attached at the monitor end or that it is seated fully in the socket, since partial cord insertion is the most common failure for monitors with detachable cords.
LCD displays don't make any sound when you turn them on, but they don't always have a simple power cord, either. Some LCD monitors are powered by an external transformer, which in turn is powered from a regular AC outlet. If the LCD display doesn't show any signs of life, make sure that the cords into and out of the transformer are fully seated. Some transformers are equipped with a status LED to show when they are operating, though you can also check for live output with a DC voltmeter. The power connection to the LCD display is often awkward to inspect, recessed into the back of the display. The important thing is to make sure it is started correctly, then seat it all the way.
If you see a message on the screen that includes "power" in it, like: "attach graphics card power", "no power to video adapter", etc, it means that you have a PCI Express or older AGP video card that requires more power than the motherboard can supply through the bus. This means you need to run a power cable directly from the power supply to the video adapter, inside the PC. If it's a new build, you may have forgotten or not seated the connector firmly. If it was a working PC, either the power supply lead has failed, the power supply itself has problems, the cable worked loose, or some hardware on the video card has failed.
Earlier video cards that required additional power from the power supply usually took a Molex connector, the same 4 pin connector used to power non-SATA drives. Newer power supplies include one or two six pin PCI Express supplementary connectors designed for power hungry graphics cards. Some PCI Express cards, in the absence of a six pin supplementary lead, will accept two 4 pin Molex leads.

Dec 23, 2010 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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Processor is OK, CPU fan is also working but no display in board, and also processor is no become heat when supply is ON


If there is no display then first of all we start form the power connector of your monitor check it if its lose if yes then fix it properly and also check your another cable which is connected to your CPU.

After power connector unplug all the power cables and remove the cabinet of your system
now look for the RAM on the mother board .
Take it out by un clipping the side locks.Clean the golden pins with a normal Eraser and clean it with cotton cloth.
Fix it in the same slot properly you have to be very careful, Keep the RAM properly and push it properly inside, the side lock should lock automatically if not then try again.

Then carefully plug only the power cord and the monitor cord and start the system, if you are not getting display then try the RAM in other slots.
If you are not getting the display the try changing the RAM.If this solves your problem then don't move to the next step.Then you are done if it resolves the problem then move to the below step.

Now lets move to video card, similarly take the video card and clean it and fix it .If you are not getting display then you have to replace the video card.

Now you are done.Hope the information provided will be helpful to you.
Thanks for using Fixya.

Nov 23, 2010 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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No display on moniter


Check the following if you don't see a green light on the monitor

1-Make sure Power cord of monitor is plugged to the wall outlet directly and the other end to the monitor (don't use a powerbar for this test)
2-Make sure monitor is turn on

If you see an amber light on:
1-Make sure the data cable is plugged-in snugly to the monitor and to the video card.

If after you have checked the previous steps you still have a blank screen:
1-Check the adjustments and color settings of monitor
2-Plug the monitor onto another computer to test it

If the monitor works onto another computer, check your video card.

May 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Display problam


  1. Make sure that the monitor is turned on and has power. Make sure that the display's power cord is plugged into a working wall outlet, and that it's properly connected to the power adapter. (To check if the wall socket is working, plug in a lamp or other electrical device.)
  2. Check that all video cable connections to the computer video port and to the monitor are properly connected.
  3. Examine the pins on the video cable connector to make sure they are not bent or damaged in any way.
  4. Connect a known working display (if you have an extra one available). If you see video after doing so, replace your old display.
  5. Unplug the video cable and then turn on the monitor, check any message is showing in monitor if its shown means ur monitor is ok or else their is a problem in monitor..
  6. turn off the system and check the ram..
  7. Reset the computer...

Jan 28, 2009 | ASUS MB M3A78-EMH HDMI RT Motherboard

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Defect ASUS V8420 ?


I don't understand, please explain more:

0) What kind of a monitor is it ?

1) If the monitor is NOT plugged into a working video card,
it should blank out or display some sort of a
"NO SYNC" or "NO SIGNAL" or "UNPLUGGED" warning.

The power light may also flash or show a different color.

2) If the monitor is plugged into a working video card,
it should wake up from the inactive power-saving mode
and display the desktop.

3) If the video card is malfunctioning, or if the windows
video settings are set outside of the monitor's sync limits,
the monitor may turn off or display a warning message,
such as:

No sync, Out of range ... etc.

4) The repair situation (3), reboot windows into
safe mode:

a) Press Hardware Reset

b) After the power-on self-test (POST) and memory check
press and hold the F8 Key

c) Select Safe mode

d) Login to windows at low resolution

e) Right-click on the desktop, chose:

Properties -> Settings -> Set the correct resolution, apply
Click advanced -> monitor -> set the correct refresh rate.

Reboot normally

Hope this helps

Martin

PS, some monitors have dual inputs: VGA or DVI
make sure the correct input is selected, depending
on your cable (VGA is a 15 pin "D" connector,
DVI is a larger connector with many more FLAT pins)


Also some video cards have multiple outputs, which are
activated only if a correct monitor is attached BEFORE
reset.

Apr 22, 2008 | ASUS V8420/TD Graphic Card

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Check signal message when data cable unplugged. blank screen when data cable plugged


This problem is most likely to be caused by a bent or broken pin on the CRT video cable at the VGA connector, OR, this could also be caused by a damaged VGA connector on the back of the laptop. If neither VGA connector is at fault, the problem could be caused a damaged (kinked) CRT data cable, or internal damage to the VGA connector on the back of the laptop, though I suspect the problem is more likely to be external, and you probably won't have to disassemble the laptop to locate the culprit...

Feb 05, 2007 | IBM E74 17" CRT Monitor

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