Hi! I've had the monitor for 3 years and now always experience a picture cut-out while the PC is booting. The boot sequence is shown at the start but after 30 secs or so the monitor powers down and goes to standby (orange light) and can not be brought back without tuurning the power button off then on again. Once back on, it stays on without any problem until the pc powers down during long idle periods and the same thing occurs without fail every time.
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If your laptop appears to boot up and the hard disk LEDflashes, then the problem is probably a back light fault. This can be a faultyinverter or a faulty CCFL lamp. Please click on this link and follow myinstructions to identify the fault and possible fix :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3598095-faulty_laptop_lcd_screen
Well the first step is to try and boot from your recovery disc. If you still have no monitor output then plug in an external monitor. This should invoke your os into using a generic display driver for the os. If you get some visual output then its just your driver for your laptop display thats corrupt and needs re-installing. If not then the chances are you fried your graphics chipset.
I dont think that an Msi GX600 will have a replacable MMX2 or 3 card so the chipset is more likely hard fixed to the motherboard. Basically you need a new laptop.
If the Monitor is displaying no infomation at all, your display signal from the PC to the monitor has failed. 1: Check the cable between the monitor and PC 2: If you are using onboard graphics then that display port is faulty. 3: If you are using a graphics card then remove it and try the onboard graphics. 4: Your monitor maybe faulty aswell so test it on another computer to be safe.
Open your Notebook which is very tough to explain as they are different for different models. Anyway you can always consult your manual regarding that. Locate your RAM and remove it. And insert it again if another slot is available insert there first and check.
Usually RAM undetection problem gives no diaplay on monitor and the system doesn't boot.
This is normal. Your monitor has a VGA hook in for regular definition. What it is doing, the monitor always by default looks for the VGA hook first. On my desktop it does the same thing until it finds a signal on the DVI.
I am not 100% sure, but you could have a problem with the onboard video on your laptop. If you hook up an external monitor to your laptop, and boot to the external screen, this will tell you if your laptop screen is ok, if the video displays the same on a external monitor. To get to the external display, some laptops require that you toggle to them, such as holding down the function key and hitting F8, but your model may differ.
If the power light does not turn color and stay's green on startup, it is not a power problem. It is most likely the inverter. If the unit is in warranty, send it out ASAP. Contact HP customer care by email and have the issue logged in.
If in warranty, they will send you a box by FedX second day and have repaired.
This is a 19" monitor and will not be worth paying for repairs if not in warranty.
Try connecting an external monitor to the Dell Latitude D820. If the monitor display is fine, then your laptop’s LCD display panel is defective. If the monitor has no display, then your problem is with either the video card or motherboard located inside your laptop.
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I have seen this problem before, after booting to the external monitor go into the display settings and try setting the resolution to 1024 X 768 and the color settng to 16 bit or preferably 32 bit. If you can do this, then shut down the laptop remove the external monitor and try booting on the LCD display. BPCS