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Did you just performed a clean installation to your system? Or maybe you just replace a new video card? The blank screen normally caused because of the resolution setting which is too high for the screen to support, or maybe the frequency setting, or you have incompatible video driver.
You can determine this problem by boot into your windows in VGA mode. What you have to do in order to boot into the VGA mode will be, press "F8" on your keyboard will you switch on your computer, you might need to press a few times, until you see the Boot Menu.
Choose "Boot with VGA Mode". More information about Advance Boot Menu will be available here
Once you successfully boot into windows in VGA mode, you can now adjust your display properties. Try to adjust from the lower range, like 800 x 600, and the frequency with the recommended one matched your Display Unit.
Good luck trying.
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click start control panel display change display settings adjust resolution this may vary depending on your operating system you should a no 1 and a no 2 with detect and identify keep an eye on
the screen when you select the number tabs this may vary depending on your operating system when you select the no 2 tab this should be the extended desktop always click apply after making any changes
i have read some reviews on your monitor
So the ex-hubby calls me with his woes - his eMachines T3124 is having problems. Seems that when he cold boots in the morning it hits the "E" splash screen and then just goes to black screen. No bios boot screen, no boot to windows. Everything sounds ok though. After a few restarts it boots ok. So, first trouble shoot is to replace the 180w Bestec power supply with a salvaged 300w Hippro from my T6420 (which was replaced with a 500w) - the one I replaced the mobo on. Works great ... for one night. Next morning I get the frantic call - now he gets nothing after the "E" splash but white wavy lines, but the computer sounds like it's running fine. Ok - ok ... think, think. First thought was maybe the onboard graphics have gone, next thought maybe the mobo is going ....
What is the next thing we do after trying a known, good power supply? Try another working montior. I had him try using a trusty older CRT monitor and Wha-Lah! After less than 3 years the E17T4 LCD monitor had failed. Most recent crisis handled. This little incident has made him realize though that he needs to burn all his picture and videos to CD. Scared him to think he could have lost them. Today's reminder? BURN your pictures and videos now! You never known when something might happen. And eMachines monitors are ****.
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