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W3107 no signal from computer to monitor

Signal went off while playing a game. tried monitor on another machine & it works fine. fans all run, sounds like every thing is running, computer turns on and off by the power button, but no signal to the monitor. what has happened to it?

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  • young1945 Jan 08, 2009

    I believe the video card is onboard. I will try to send a picture. I don't know how to insert a image.

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    i get a no signal when turning on the computer and a different monitor does not make a different this machine comes w/on board graphics can I buy a pci-e card to fix this problem?

  • Luckey218 Feb 26, 2009

    yes i have the same problem computer turns on - fans are working - no response from monitor/hard drive/cd - rom . the power manager was set to 3 hrs on the hard drive which was not supposed to be . have tried other hard drives-cd-roms-video card nothing even tried the hard drive on other computer nothing can you suggest a different solution tc

  • Chris Busch
    Chris Busch May 11, 2010

    Are you using any kind of DVI adapter between the monitor plug and the PC port? if so, that may have gone bad.



    If it just went out durring a game, its most likeley the Video card went bad.



    Do you have onboard video or a seperate video card?



    Or both. If unsure, take a picture of the back of the computer at the connectors and post it up so i can see for you.



    The better the pictures the better i can help.



    Also, have you made any settings changes to the video options or done anything different just prior top the issue?

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Check the requirements of your game who you played maybe your VGA card cannot support the requirements of the game. and also check the resolution maybe it cannot support.

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