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I have a Provies PL456s and when mw wife went up to it it went grey. It now has a static line on the right side 2inches out from top to bottom. I tried poweroff with both the monitor and cpu. I unhooked the monitor too. The contrast/brightness stuff still shoe up but that's all. Not even getting a nosignal msg.

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After initially reading your question and the responses I was tempted to agree with everyone that you had a dead monitor on your hands. BUT, you said that the monitor's menu options are showing up. Sometimes when I plug my a monitor into my macbook pro and the connection is loose, the image is all kinds of messed up. I suggest checking the cable's connections on both ends to make sure they are nice and tight.

If you are still having issues, try another cable (around $5 at radioshack but cheaper than a monitor) and dont let your wife near it.


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You can also try a hard reset: Unplug monitor from AC mains and remove all cables from monitor. Wait about 30 minutes and replug to AC power and redo the cabling. Switch on the monitor and see if it works..if this did not work then connect the monitor to different computer and check it ..if still as the problem then there is hardware problem with the monitor ..

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Yes this is the problem with monitor..You have to take it to service center...

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, it would seem that the main board of the monitor is faulty. We can probably rule out the power supply, inverter and/or the backlights.

One way to verify if it is the LCD monitor is to try another monitor on the computer or try the Proview PL456s on another PC.

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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A) You post the model number of the Dell computer.

This is found probably right around that Power On button, but I can't see it clearly in this video.

Look at the Back of the computer.

Post back in a Comment.

B) If I were guessing it would be Dell Dimension 2300, or
Dimension 2350,

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Thumbscrew is approximately 3 inches down, from the left rear top corner.
Thumbscrew is loosened all the way. Isn't supposed to remove, but sometimes they do. (Small clip on screw comes off)

Once Thumbscrew is loosened all the way, pull back on the Side Panel.
There is a molded fingerpull in the left Side Panel, at the back.

If memory serves there are Tabs with a hooked end, that protrude from the Top edge of the Side Panel, and Bottom edge of the Side Panel.

Think of them like a J.
They protrude through slots in the metal framework, of the computer case.

Do to the hooked end the Side Panel only slides so far back, then stops. This is because the hooked end, is stopped in the slot/s.

Push the Side Panel just a little Forward, (Towards front of computer), then pull Side Panel straight out.
Lay aside.

Also FOLLOW Anti-Static Procedures before reaching inside your computer. Failure to do so will result in an expensive conversation piece.

"Yeah, I forgot to follow Anti-Static Procedures, and Static shocked the hardware components inside.
I think it looks good with those plants on it, don't you?"

Your body carries Static electricity.
(You can develop over 75,000 volts, and that may be a low estimate)
Relieve your body of Static BEFORE reaching inside your computer.

Computer on a table, computer unplugged from power, computer case open;
TOUCH an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of the open computer case.
This action will relieve your body of Static.

IF, you leave your computer in the middle of working on it, be SURE to Touch the metal frame again upon your return.

May I ask what the problem is?

Post back in a Comment.
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Try this:

Download the manual it will have the instructions on how to remove the panel.

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man

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I did not hook my cords up properly inside me e machine T 3642


Okay. Let's start with the motherboard, and power cables coming from the Power Supply;

A) The eMachines T3642 Desktop PC uses a
Foxconn (WinFast) MCP61SM2MA motherboard,

1) http://www.ebay.com/itm/eMachines-T5246-T3646-T3642-4006232R-Motherboard-/140665743077?pt=Motherboards&hash=item20c054e6e5

2) http://support.gateway.com/s/MOTHERBD/Shared/4006232R/4006232Rnv.shtml

(The Form Factor is Micro-ATX. (uATX)
It uses an AM2 processor socket )

[NOTE*
Power unplugged from computer, AND Anti-Static Precautions FOLLOWED.

Anti-Static Precautions:
Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit) the delicate hardware components inside a computer.

Computer on a table, computer unplugged from power, computer case open.
TOUCH an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of the open computer case.

This action will relieve your body of Static.
IF, you leave your computer in the middle of working on it, be SURE to Touch the metal frame again upon your return ]

Click on the link in 1) above. This shows the bare motherboard with no hardware components attached, or power cables from the Power Supply, or any other cables attached. (Cables = Wires)

Scroll down to the photo of the motherboard.
Look at the Yellow long, Ram Memory slots, that are vertical. (2 each)
To the right of them.

A1) The whitish connector that has two columns of 12 socket holes, is the 24-pin ATX main power cable connector.

This is a general example of a 24-pin ATX power cable, and it's respective connector on the motherboard,
(NOTE* Color of power cable connector, and connector on motherboard, Does Not matter),

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain24

View the photo to the far right. Note the Lock on the power cable's connector, and the Lock Tab on the motherboard's connector.

The hooked end of the Lock, MUST be hooked over the tab, to ensure the power cable is plugged in tightly, and correctly.

A2) Look at link 1) again.
Look at the Top/Left side of the motherboard. See that whitish square connector with 4 socket holes?
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A 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable plugs into it. This power cable's connector also has a Lock,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

A3) The Harddrive is a SATA unit. It has a SATA power cable that plugs into it, and a SATA data cable that plugs into it.

The SATA headers (Connectors) on the motherboard, are seen in link 1), and are to the bottom/right. There are 2.
They are Blue in color, and are above the green headers.

This is where the SATA data cable of the harddrive plugs in.
Straight connector. Elbow connector plugs into the back of the Harddrive.

The SATA data cable connector has 7 pins.
The SATA power cable has 15 pins. It is the longer connector,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#sata

Which SATA header on the motherboard, should the SATA harddrive's data cable plug into?
SATA1. The top header. (Connector)

The beauty of SATA however, is that you can connect in EITHER connector, and BIOS will find the harddrive.

Note the L shape on the inside of the power cable connector, and the data cable connector. There is a matching L shape for the connectors on the motherboard, and the back of the Harddrive. Line these up when installing the cables.

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The optical drive/s will use a flat ribbon cable, for a data cable, and it plugs into the long Blue connector, seen in link 1), to the bottom right of the whitish 24-pin ATX main power cable connector.

On the flat ribbon cable is a faint red stripe. It is on one side, and the side that has number 1 pin.

To line the cable up correctly when installing To the motherboard, use the cutout in the connector. The flat ribbon cable's connector, should have a Lug on the outside, which lines up with the cutout.

IF NOT, the faint red stripe side of the cable, goes down towards the bottom of the motherboard.

Looking at the photo, and the IDE (PATA) connector on the motherboard, number 1 pin is at the Bottom/Right corner, of the motherboard connector.

The flat ribbon cable's Lug, also lines up with a cutout in the connector, at the back of the optical drive.

IF the cutout is not present at the back of the optical drive, or there isn't a Lug on the connector, the faint red stripe goes to the RIGHT side of the optical drive.

(Doesn't matter if the flat ribbon cable is twisted. The faint red stripe ALWAYS goes toward the power cable connection, on a drive.
Harddrive, or optical drive.

Number 1 pin is the pin closest to the power cable connection on the drive.

More in a Comment.

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I went back to your first posting Barbara, to see what the problem is with your eMachines W3609 Desktop PC.

Computer crashed. Windows Vista with a fatal error.

Do you have the Restoration Disk, or did you make one? (Usually asked by Windows when the computer is new, and started up for the first time. Backup)

If so turn the computer on, open the optical drive's tray, and put the disk in. Close the tray.
When asked click on Repair. (Non-Destructive Installation)

No Restoration Disk, or you did not make a backup?

Let's go past the software problem, and concentrate on what could be a hardware problem.
(A hardware problem can cause a lot of seemingly software problems)

The two main problems with a Desktop PC is that it's dirty inside, and/or a bad Power Supply.

No slight against eMachines, but they are a budget computer. As such, they use low quality parts in some instances.
eMachines always use a low quality Power Supply.

1) Computer dirty inside.

Computer on a table unplug the power to it. Open the computer case,

Looking at the Front of the computer the Left side panel removes.
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One towards the top, and one towards the bottom.

These are loosened. They are not supposed to come out, and be removed. They stay with the Side Panel.
Note the formed 'bump' at the end of the Side Panel. This area is for your fingers to hold onto.
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(The Side Panel has metal protrusions which slide into slots in the computer case.
The panel is pulled back a little, then the protrusions will clear the slots in the computer case)

Now follow Anti-Static Precautions

Anti-Static Precautions:
Your body carries Static electricity.
Always work on a computer on a table. NOT on a bed, couch, or directly on a carpet floor.
High areas of Static electricity.
Refrain from swinging your legs, especially if your table is on a carpeted floor.

Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit) the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
Relieve your body of Static BEFORE reaching inside.

Computer on a table, computer unplugged from power, computer case open.
TOUCH an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of the open computer case.
This action will relieve your body of Static.

Should you leave your computer in the middle of working on it, be SURE to Touch the metal frame again upon your return.

Use a can, or two of compressed air for computers, and clean the inside of the computer out.
You may wish to wear a dust mask.
Put the plastic straw provided on the side of the can, into the nozzle at the top of the can.
Break the plastic lock tab off of the top of the nozzle.

Keep the can as level as you can, while spraying air.
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Spray air as a professional paint sprayer would spray paint.
Squeeze the trigger in all the way when you start. Let go of the trigger when you reach the other side.

Now drop down a space, and start again. Keep dropping down, and spraying across in rows.
You will see a fan sitting on top of a finned Heatsink.
This is the Processor fan.
Pay special attention to the fan, and finned Heatsink.
These two items need to be very clean.

You may wish to use Q-tips to disturb the dust/dirt. Just break the 'crust' so the air can remove the dust/dirt.
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When you reach the bottom of the computer case, you may wish to tilt the top of the computer towards you slightly, then use air to remove the dust/dirt at the bottom of the computer case.

The Power Supply also needs a little cleaning. Go to the back of the computer. Where the power cord plugs in is the Power Supply. Clean the fan blades, center hub of the fan, and it's surrounding cage. (Shroud)

Try using the plastic straw inserted into the Power Supply, past the blades of the fan. Use air at the top, and come down. It isn't easy, but do the best you can.

{ HOLD onto the plastic straw with one hand, and the can of air with the other hand. The plastic straw can shoot off, and land inside the Power Supply, if you do not }

Come around to the inside of the computer again, and to the case of the Power Supply.
On this end the Power Supply will have ventilation holes, or slots.
Insert the plastic straw a little into a hole, or slot, towards the top of the Power Supply's case.
Spray air moving back, and forth.

Now go down to a lower hole, or slot, unless there are only ones at the bottom. If so, go to the ones at the bottom. Spray air again. Move the straw around from left to right.
You won't get the inside of the Power Supply perfectly clean, but you will do a LOT of good.

When using the can of compressed air for computers, you will note that after a while the air pressure drops. This is because moisture is freezing in the straw, and nozzle.
Simply set the can down, and allow it to warm up for a while.

After you are satisfied the inside of the computer is as clean as you can get it, allow the computer to sit open for 5 to 10 minutes.
This will allow any moisture developed from the can of air, to dissipate.

Now close the computer case, and plug the computer back into power.
WAIT 1 minute, then turn the computer on.

Post back your findings in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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I Can't get the outer cover off to be able to clean the inside and the fan. The cover is one piece.


Acer Aspire X1300 Desktop PC rear view,

http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/desktop/2009/acer/aspire/AspireX1300/AspireX1300rv.shtml

To the right of the Numbers 2 and 4 is a handle formed out of the Side Panel. This formed place is to put your fingers. The Side Panel is pulled towards the Back of the computer, using this handle.

First, there are two Philips head screws to remove from the back of the Side Panel.
One is right above the formed handle.

The other is located towards the bottom. The line from the Number 5 goes right across the top of this screw.

Make SURE computer is unplugged from power, and Anti-Static Precautions are observed BEFORE reaching inside the computer.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
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TAKING OFF THE FRONT PANEL OF A HP 523


The HP Pavilion 523n desktop computer, has a computer case where both side panels can be removed.

This will allow access to all the tabs from the Front Panel.

Working on a table, computer unplugged from power.
Observe anti-static precautions.

[Anti-Static Precautions:

Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit) the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
You may not even see it, or feel it.

Computer case open, Touch the metal frame of the computer case to relieve your body of Static.

Should you walk away from working on your computer, upon your return, be Sure to Touch the metal frame again.

Ignore the above if you are aware ]

Observing the rear of the computer, you will see two screws on the Right side edge, and on the Left side edge.

One towards the top, one towards the bottom.

The screws on the Right side are removed, so that you can remove the side panel, to gain access to the inside of the computer.

(Again, you are viewing the computer from the Rear)

Removing the screws from the left side will let you remove that left side panel.

(Actually the Right.
Viewing a computer from the Front is the correct orientation, when referring to the Right, and Left sides of a computer)

Viewing inside your computer, and to the Front, you will notice that there are plastic flat tabs.
These flat tabs are part of the Front Panel.

The tabs protrude through the metal framework of the computer case.

There are 3 tabs on the Left side.
(Viewing the computer from the Front)

There are also 3 tabs on the Right side.
One at the bottom, one in the middle, and one towards the top.

The tabs have a hooked end.

The tabs must be pushed towards the inside of the computer, so that the hooked end will clear the slot, that the tab goes through.

(Slot in metal framework of computer case)

Push the 3 tabs, one at a time, in on the Left side.

Push the tab on the bottom towards the inside of the computer.
Holding the bottom tab in, push the middle tab towards the inside of the computer.

This should allow you to EASE the bottom of the Front Panel out, towards the front of the computer, just a LITTLE.

Now reach up, and push the top tab towards the inside of the computer.

Once the hooked end of these tabs have cleared the slots they were in, the Left side of the Front Panel will be free.
Go to the other side.
The Right side.

Do the same procedure again with the Right side.

The Front Panel will come off of the computer pretty far, before the Front Panel wires have reached their length limit.

Use caution however, as you could pull too far, and accidentally break one of those wires.

If you have any further questions regarding this, or related to the Pavilion 523n, just post in a Comment.

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S7310n disassemble


This is HP Support, and the download page for the Upgrading and Servicing Guide,

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=1156509&

On this page scroll down to - Upgrading and Serving Guide, and left-click on it.
(Second file listed)

This is a PDF file download. The computer you are using has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.

After you click on the Upgrading and Servicing Guide, file name, you will Not see anything happening for up to 30 seconds, or so.

Be patient, as the file is downloading in the background.

The Upgrading and Servicing Guide tells you, and shows you, how to open the computer case. (Page 7)

Barring that you are not able to download this PDF file, I will attempt to tell you how to open the computer case. (If you are using a Dial Up network connection, you may be as old as me, before the file downloads)

1) Computer off unplug the power cable FROM the surge protector. (Not shouting)
THEN unplug the power cable from the back of the computer. (Power Supply)

Now unplug all cables connected to the computer.

2) Lay the computer on a towel on top of a table. Keeps the table, and the computer from being scratched.
Lay the computer on it's Right side. (Computer facing you, the right side is to the right. Hey, don't laugh, lol!)

Loosen and remove the three computer cover screws, on the back of the computer's case.

The computer cover that removes is an L shape. It comes down the Left side from the top, and wraps under the bottom.

Looking at the Top/Back of the computer, there is a screw to remove on the Top, of the Left side of the computer case. (Top/Left side corner)

Looking at the Bottom/Back of the computer, there is a screw to remove from the Bottom, of the Left side.
(Bottom/Left side corner)

Looking at the Bottom/Back of the computer, there is a screw to remove from the Bottom, of the Right side.
(Bottom/Right side corner)

After these three screws are removed, the Left side of the computer cover is slid back about 1/2 inch, (1.25cm), and lifted straight up.

BEFORE you reach inside! (Not shouting)

Your body carries STATIC electricity.
Static can fry out, (Short Circuit), the hardware components inside the computer.

TOUCH the metal frame of the open computer case, to relieve your body of Static electricity.
If you get up, walk away, then return, Touch the metal frame again.

Now, do you wish to disassemble this desktop computer completely, or just remove, and replace a few hardware components?

The above Upgrading and Serving Guide from HP Support tells you, and shows you,

1) How to remove, and replace the computer cover

2) How to remove, and replace Ram Memory

3) How to remove, and replace an optical drive.
(CD/DVD Drive)

4) How to remove, and replace a PCI card, that is in a white PCI expansion slot, on the motherboard.

5) How to remove, and replace the CMOS battery

6) How to remove, and replace a Harddrive

Should you need further disassembly guidance, let me know in a comment.

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How to open my Dell Dimension 4600 to install two new gigs of ram


1) Computer off, and disconnected from power.

2) Disconnect all cables leading to your computer.

3) Lay your computer down on a table. Lay the right side towards table.
(I like to lay a clean, static free towel down on the table first, to prevent scratching the computer, or the table)

4) You are now looking at the back of the computer, with the power supply fan to the Left side.

Look underneath, along the top edge of the computer case. There is a computer case cover release latch, on the Right side. Pull the Cover Latch to the Right.

Now pull the side cover towards you. (Towards the back of the computer.

Lay the side cover aside.

5) IMPERATIVE!
BEFORE you reach inside, or take the new Ram Memory sticks out of their protective, anti-static bags, TOUCH the metal frame of the computer case!

Your body carries Static electricity. Static can fry out your computer hardware components.
Touching the metal frame of the open computer case, will relieve your body of Static.

Should you get up, walk away, then return, TOUCH the metal frame again.

Refrain from handling Ram Memory sticks by their gold plated contact pins. (Bottom of ram stick)
You can handle the ram stick anywhere else, as the body of the ram stick is coated with a see-through plastic.

6) Dell Support > Dell Dimension 4600 Series > Manuals > Service Manual,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim4600/en/4600i/sm/index.htm

A) Left-click on - Removing the Computer Cover

B) Go back to this main menu, and Left-click on -
Removing and Installing Parts

Now Left-click on Memory.

Not trying to insult your intelligence, but if you have never installed Ram Memory before:

Your computer uses DDR Sdram ram memory modules, ('Sticks')
(Double Data Rate - Synchronous Dynamic Ram Access Memory)
A DDR Sdram module has on Notch on the bottom.

The Notch looks to be centered upon a cursory glance.
It is Not.
The Notch is over to one side a little.

(Actually a DDR Sdram ram memory module has 184 contact pins on the bottom.
92 on each side.
The Notch is located in-between Pins 40 and 41.
40 pins on one side of the Notch, 52 on the other side)

The Notch must be lined up correctly with the Locating Lug, in the bottom of the ram memory slot. The ram stick only goes in, in one direction.

There is a lock on each side of the ram slot. White in color, looks like an 'Ear'.
Dell's reference to a lock is 'Securing Clip'.
Put your thumbs on the top of each lock on a ram slot, and gently push down, and out.
The lock pivots to the outside.

When the locks pivot, the ram stick is raised up out of the ram slot.
Upon closer examination, you will note a small slot at the bottom of each lock.

The bottom corners of the ram stick, fit down in these slots.
Set the ram stick down in the slots of the locks, Notch lined up with the Locating Lug.
Push down on the outside top corners of the ram stick.

When the ram stick is fully seated, the contact pins will be down in the ram slot, and the locks will be seated against the sides of the ram stick.
You will notice that each lock has a 'Bump' on it. This Bump lines up with a Notch on the side of the ram stick.

The bump must be in the notch, for the ram stick to be fully seated.
Usually you will hear a satisfying 'Click - click', as the lock's bumps click into the notches.

IF, the ram memory slots that you are installing ram memory in, have never been used before, they may be tight.
You are installing new ram memory modules.
Makes the fit even tighter.

Sometimes it's a 'Pee Picker,' to get those ram memory modules to go in.
Makes beads of sweat pop out of your forehead!
Other times they slip right in with No problem.
Thought I would warn you in advance.

If I understand correctly, do I understand you are installing TWO - 1GB sticks of DDR Sdram?

[DDR Sdram at 333MHz {PC2700}, or DDR Sdram at 400MegaHertz?
{PC3200}

1) If the ram memory modules that you are installing, are larger than the ones already installed, install the 1GB ram modules in DIMM 1, and DIMM 2, ram memory slots.

DIMM 1 is Slot 1.
Slot is the ram memory slot that is closest to the Processor.
The Processor reads Slot 1, First.

DIMM 1, and DIMM 2, (Slot 1 and Slot 2), are a matched pair of ram memory slots.
They are in the same Channel.


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How to open an hp precision 340


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I haven't seen your particular pc but should work.
Remember to ground yourself if your gonna be messing around inside the case. Just grab the case to discharge any static before touching your board and stuff.


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