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The monitor does not come on, i plugged everything in correctly i think

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No signal everythings plugged in and turned on still says no signal in goes to standby mode.


1. change the VGA cable and test.
2. Plug to another PC or notebook and test.
if still no signal, it might be the display board inside the LCD is faulty.
You need to get a certified technician to fix it.
If cost is higher than 1/3 of a new 18.5" new :LCD monitor; I think you need to think of purchasing
a new LCD already. As new LCD will cover you with 3 years warranty.
take care.

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SOYO 19 TFT LCD Will not come on. Says "no input signal" Re-bot does not work. Everything is plugged in.


if the monitor has more than 1 source then make sure it is in the correct one. make sure the cable is fully inserted in the monitor and Pc. try another monitor to rule out a graphics card fault on the PC

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No audio


FAST YOU CHEAK AUDIO TO ANY HEAD PHONE,THER NOSOUND COMING,SO YOUR MONITOR AUDIO SECTION DAMAGE.

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No signal on monitor


You probably have 2 monitor connections. you have a standard one, and one that is through a graphics card at the bottom of your tower. Check for that second connection and switch the plug.. that should solve it.

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I have a new Dell Studio 540 computer and I'd like to hook it up to my Gateway EV910 monitor. I connected everything correctly. The monitor has power, turns on to the monitor self test screen where it...


You dont need to install a driver for the monitor. The power save mode message appears when the monitor is not able to get a signal from the computer. Make sure the the vga/blue cable is securely plugged to the back of the pc.

note: Inspect the back of your studio. You may have two blue ports where you can connect the monitor, if you do, connect the monitor to the one at the bottom half of the computer.

Jan 02, 2009 | Gateway EV 910 19" CRT Monitor

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I think the problem is with your Graphic Card driver. You just need to install the correct driver and everything will be just fine.
I will be here if you need any further help.

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I think your resolution is set too high reduce it in safe mode

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plz check sound with speaker if there is sound then u can check or change cable that you are inserted in monitor plug .if it is ok then problem is related with monitor sound ckt plz change ic related with sound section

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Problem solved by managing to find the installation manual for the motherboard on the PC manufacturers website.

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Monitor keeps saying self test everything working check plugs


The self test thinks nothing is connected to it
it might be the cable or the input circuit.
not an easy issue to verify if you only have one input.
most often its is the internal board with a failed input circuit.
you can only open the unit and test the vga cable continuity.
as most have a 1 year warranty you might want to check on yours.

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