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When the power saving options of the computer is turned on, after particular time the signal stops to the monitor and the orange light will come on, once you move the mouse or press keys on the keyboard, the cpu comes back from the power saving mode, the signal passes on to the monitor and there will be display.
Once the monitor is not turning ON and the power button is blinking, this is an indication that the monitor is not getting an analog or digital signal from the computer.
Try to turn off and turn the computer back on, if same problem occur, try to connect the monitor into a known working CPU. If it works, then the problem has something to do with the computer. You may need to remove the video or graphics card from the computer, remove the dust using a clean cloth, and re-seat the video card into the slot.
Or you may try to connect a known working monitor into your computer.
There is a small female port on the back of the computer, usually colored blue. It has three rows of 5 sockets per row. There should be a matching male plug coming out of the monitor, connect the male to female being careful not to bend any of the pins, they can be fragile. Once that is connected, turn on the computer and you should be all set.
they all come with two cables. blue being vga, white being dvi cable. you only need to plug the blue into both ends (computer and into the monitor) and turn on. If it is still not working how many video cards are there on the computer? Do you have it plugged into the right spot and is it tight on both ends?
Sounds like either the power supply unit's fan isnt functioning and the the uniy over heats and the computer then wouldnt boot up (to protect itself) or the processor is overheating. But rather seems like a power supply problem
1. Mostly Loose contacts in video section that means CRT Neck board dry points checke it.
2.Pl check VGA Cable RGB signal pins 123 to ground 75 Ohms (on OK condition).
3.check 5v supply
4.check SDL and SCL signals.
Hi, sandjkroll, this kind of problem could be because of ur monitor or even because of the on board display card on ur motherboard. To check ur monitor, u unplg display cable which goes to ur cpu and the power cable which goes to ur cpu. Them connect the power plug to mains, so no cable from the monitor should go to the CPU. Then u swithch on the the poower suply, and on the monitor. I If ur monitor displays elongated screen still, and shows signal not found,and no display comes that means ur monitor needs to be send for service. and if there are no elongated screen and says no signal found, ur monitors fine, ur motherboad has a problem
Please try connecting monitor to known working CPU and determine if problem is with CPU (Graphics card etc) or monitor.Signal cable can also be a problem.
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