Question about Computers & Internet
It's difficult to say what is missing from my point of view, but the monitor cable looks like this example: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Dynex%26%23153%3B+-+6'+PC+Monitor+Replacement+Cable/7003182.p;jsessionid=4F4A0BA3CDEA423AEE9239AA96261E0D.bbolsp-app04-17?id=1099391933657&skuId=7003182. Take a look at this, it may help: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/computerbasics/10. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Computer will not power on
Regarding the blinking green light on power supply for hp a430n...I've had that happen as well when the computer is turned off for an extended period of time. It would not immediatly power up when plugged in to power. Hitting it and beating on the button didn't help either.
However, after calming down, I noticed that when I unplugged the computer that the light continues to blink, but gradually fades and goes out. So, I thought that since power supply holds a charge after being disconnected as can other components inside a computer that I would assume the converse: It needs to power up to "full charge" as well. In my case, I was right.
All I did was plug the computer in and leave it alone for about 20 to 30 minutes, go sit and cuss for a while. When I came back and checked it after that time, the front panel blue light was on and the green light on the power supply was glowing steady. The computer started right up! Thank goodness...stopped cussing.
If it hadn't, and I had tried all the resets listed above, I would have bought a new power supply too...but not this time!
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
SOURCE: inputs/plugs in back of computer
it's not dumb at all. i presume you didn't get a manual with it. give me the model number and i'll find you a start up guide. also most of the connectors will be colour coded. the two small round ones pink and green are ps/2 connectors. that is your mouse and keyboard. if you get them reverse it will just not boot. power connector is fairly obvious. I presume that has a dial up modem and not a network card. They are not interchangable.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: no signal input
this sounds like fried graphics card... the clue being the error message before it died,
Does the PC boot so that you can see the Bios Screen, (the very first info that displays) the BIOS screen does not use the windows drivers and would be unaffected if a driver failure occurs,
if this is the case then press f8 on boot to select SAFE mode so you can remove/replace the graphics drivers (in device manager)
if you cannot get bios or safe mode, then try reseating your graphics card first as it may have just worked it way out of its slot (due to expansion of card/slot as system heats/cools)
if this fails to work then a replacement of the graphics card is probably what is required.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
from what you have described it appears that the onboard video might have malfunctioned,there is no way to replace it, you can however go buy a video card from your nearest computer retailer. you just want to make sure it is compatible with your machine. on another note from what your saying the keyboard is donig i would be wary about spending to much $$ because it could also be your motherboard
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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