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Do you offer any help about a monitor that goes black and says "no input" or something to that effect....?

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I take it this really has nothing at all to do with speakers?

If the monitor is giving this indication randomly check the data cable at both ends to make sure it is well connected. Bear in mind if the monitor consistently does this after a given period of inactivity, then it is actually the result of the screensaver or power settings in the computer turning the monitor off. When this happens, the monitor will show a "NO SIGNAL" message for 5 seconds or so before turning itself off. Then of course, tapping a key on the keyboard or moving the mouse will bring back the display. This is a good thing and is not an indication of any trouble.

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You must properly connect that VGA cable from monitor to built-in VGA serial port of the motherboard or connect it to the Graphics card in your cpu unit if you are using a graphics card and not the built-in VGA serial of the motherboard. Then lock it.

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    Jarish Castañeda Dec 31, 2008

    Hi sir, correct me if I'm wrong, you are referring to a monitor display right? Drop me a comment so I can assist you.

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