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I have a synaps monitor model mt9bbk. The screan will go black and power led will flash.


Display Power management is being triggered because no input signal was detected. Verify that the video source is connected and on. (Computer, notebook, etc).
- Try another computer or laptop that you know is working properly.
- Do you see any change on the screen if the display cord is completely disconnected (often a "Test" or "Check Cable" message appears). - Inspect the signal cable from the monitor - worn? Any places where the cable was bent to an extremely small (acute) angle? (less than 75 degrees?) Try gently moving the cable around at either end and see if you get a partial signal on the screen (while connected to the computer). If you do, the signal cable is damaged, if possible replace it. try: www.monoprice.com

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I have connected the cables....no display


disconnect the signal cable and power on then see the massege on monitors screen "NO SIGNAL CHECK THE SIGNAL CABLE"if it appears then monitor is ok if not then monitor is faulty check the signal cable and replace it if faulty problem will be solved

Jun 16, 2010 | Samsung SM943N 19" LCD Monitor

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I press power botton but it keeps blinking


disconnect signal cable and give power to monitor and see "no signal check the signal cable" massage appears on screen if so then monitor is ok fault lies in cpu open the cpu disconnest the ram and listen whether contineus beep comes or not if comes then ram is faulty if not then motherboard is faulty

Mar 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Power supply done but display is not


Hi there,

Symptom : No Image on the screen. I cannot turn on the monitor.

Checklist 1 : Is the power connected properly ?
Action : Check the power cord connection and supply.

Checklist 2 : Can you see "No Connection. Check Signal Cable" on the screen ?
Action : Check the signal cable connection.

Checklist 3 : If the power is on, reboot the computer to see the initial screen ( the login screen), which can be seen.
Action : * If the initial screen (the login screen appears, boot the computer in the applicable mode (the safe mode for Windows 98/95) and then change the frequency of the video card.
* Note : If the initial screen ( the login screen) does not appear, contact a service center or your dealer.

Sympton : I cannot see the ON Screen Display.
Checklist : Have you locked the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu to prevent changes ?
Action : Unlock the OSD by pressing the MENU button for atleast 10 seconds.

Hope this helps.
Have a good day.

Dec 08, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 753S 17" CRT Monitor

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Lcd montor not working help


Hi there,
Symptom : No images on the screen. I cannot turn on the monitor.

Checklist 1 : Is the power cord connecte properly.
Action : Check the power cord connection and supply.

Checklist 2 : Can you see "Check Signal Cable" on the screen ?
Action : (Connected using the D-sub cable)
Check the signal cable connection.

Checklist 3 : If the power is on, reboot the computer to see the initial screen (login screen), which can be seen.
Action : If the initial screen( the login screen) appears, boot the computer in the applicable mode (the safe mode for Windows ME/XP?2000) and then change the frequency of the video card.
Note : If the initial screen does not appear, contact the Service Center or your dealer.

Checklist 4 : Can you see "Not OPtimum Mode", "Recommended Mode 1440 X 900 60 Hz" on the screen.
Action : You can see this message when the signal from the video card exceeds the maximum resolution and frequency that the monitor can handle properly.
Adjust the maximum resolution and frequency that the monitor can handle properly.


Checklist 5 : There is no image on the screen. Is the power indicator on the monitor blinking at 1 second intervals ?
Action : The monitor is in Powersafe mode.
Press a key on the keyboard activate the monitor and restore the image on the screen.
If there is still no image on the screen, press the On button. Then press any key on the keyboard again to activate the monitor and restore the image on the screen.

Hope this helps.
Have a good day.

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The screen will not turn on, i have a blue flashing light, but it seems to be on continuos standby


remove the connection of your monitor from the cpu then wait if some message will appear on the screen it goes like:1. power saving mode check cable, 2. no signal. if this appear better check the cpu.

Sep 09, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have Power, but no picture or sound


is there a screen saver that appears or a No signal popup?
check the connections from the source. maybe remove the source cable and look to see if the no signal screen appears...
if not maybe some damage has occurred.

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Monitor display prob


Here are some basic trouble shooting tips for new monitors: The picture does not appear
Check to make sure the signal cable is firmly connected in the socket. 
Check to see if the computer system's power is ON. 
Check that the Brightness Control is at the appropriate position, not at the minimum. 
The Screen is not synchronized
Check to make sure the signal cable is firmly connected in the socket. 
Check that the output level matches the input level of your computer. 
Make sure the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
The position of the screen is not in the center
Adjust the H-Size, H-Phase or V-Size, V-Center controls. 
Check if the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
The screen is too bright or too dark
Check if the Brightness or contrast control is at the appropriate position, not at the maximum or minimum. 
Check if the specified voltage is applied 
Check if the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
Especially, check the horizontal frequency. 
The screen is shaking
Move all objects that emit a magnetic field, such as a motor or transformer, away from the monitor. 
Check if the specified voltage is applied. 
Check if the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor.

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