Question about LG Flatron Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 22, 2010
A flashing light, with a black screen usually indicates one of about 4 things;
1) The videocard is not functioning correctly, or the cable is plugged into the secondary output on the card (if it has multiple).
2) The cable has become loose, damaged or completely disconnected
3) The monitor has died.
4) Your computer is not starting properly, causing a blank screen
1) Check the cable's connection on both ends, and inspect for any damage (kinks or tears etc.)
2) Take the monitor over to another machine and see a picture comes up. If it does, it's time to suspect the videocard, if not, the monitor is to blame.
3) If you're at this step, it's because the monitor works and the videocard most likely does not.
If you have a standalone card, try;
a) removing it
b) cleaning the gold leads with a white eraser and re-inserting it.
If you do not have a standalone card, or know what that is, move on to the next step.
4) If you're suspecting the videocard, standalone or not, it's time to;
a) remove the RAM from the computer
b) clean the gold leads with a white eraser until it shines and re-insert it
I suggest this because a defective RAM stick can cause a computer to fail to boot. You can also try unplugging all other peripherals, such as the DVD drive and hard drive to see if either of those are causing the computer to fail to boot. Obviously, without the hard drive, Windows won't run, but you'll have discovered that the issue could actually be with the hard drive (however it's unlikely).
5) If none of this worked, try turning the computer on without the RAM in. if there is no beep, your motherboard might have bit the dust.
Lastly, if you're uncomfortable with doing some of the more rigorous/complicated testing, please take the machine in to a professional.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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