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Troubleshhoot the indicator light on the front that changes from "normal" green to amber and stops sending signal input to my monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey mate... Now there could be a number of things wrong with your PC.. First thing is that on the back of the main tower there are 4 Lights that glow if the system is ok but in case of issues they glow in different patterns according to the potential problem... look out for those lights n refer em to this chart
Also in case of potential component failtures the system gives out beep codes in patterns (maybe the sounds u hear at startup)... Do a quick check
Now regardless we can perform a basic troubleshooting...now you seem to be tech savy enough so do one thing... remove all the chords from the system... then hold dowm the power button to discharge the flea power... now remove all the components one by one n reseat them immediately... this will reset the connections n then try n restart again... if the problem persists then post the 4 led code here n we'll go from there mate :-)
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
The green light just means it is plugged in and getting power.Try pulling the plug, the green light will go out. If you can remove the battery out of the motherboard, "it looks like a quarter", leaveit out for a couple minutes and out it in 'The same way it was" make sure you "look" at it before removing it, it has a little release thatenables it to lock in, or pop out. plug it in and give it a start. It may just be the settings got corrupted, that little battery saves the start settings, once it starts, we can go into the bios if any settings need changing, I'll keep an eye on this post, good luck
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
The monitor requires service The monitor is not receiving a signal from the computer
Posted on May 14, 2009
You are getting a SMART error indicating that the hard disk drive is/has failing/failed. Likely, the only way to get data off the drive is to send it to a data recovery center, then install a new hard drive. Data recovery is generally expensive, but if you are interested you can contact places like DRIVESAVERS 800.440.1904
Posted on May 28, 2009
SOURCE: no signal to monitor. all cords are tight, and plugged in. no beeps when computer starts up. Can't test anything nothing shows on screen. Tried it on another computer, worked fine. amber light below g
Check the connection which links the CPU and the monitor. Also check the power cable of th3e monitor
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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