Question about E-Machines T6528 PC Desktop
My sister recently moved her computer to her new house. When she got here she tried to set up her computer. When she started her computer the monitor didn't boot-up with the computer. So today i thought i could by-pass the on-board monitor port, with a PCI graphics card to my dismay it didnt work. Is the computer just broke or is there something i can do about it.
Easiest solution is to connect your monitor to another PC, if still nothing, then your monitor is toast.
If you are getting no display at all, and you tried a PCI video card and the onboard, most likely it is your monitor.
This is going to sound really dumb, but just incase, check to make sure both cables are snug in the monitor, I get calls daily at work with people telling me their monitor has died, only to find out that the power cord in the rear or the monitor is not completely snug.
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If you took the pc in to a repair shop and they diagnosed that as the problem. You will have to install the new vieo adapter in the computer. Then plug in the monitor to see something on the screen. You can go into the bios to disable the other. Now if you are going by hear say and an actual tech did not check your system it does not necessarily have to be the video adapter at fault. You will need to have it checked out to validate that. Now if you did install the card you will have to plug the monitor in the new adapter. If the problem is still there you have another issue with the pc. Please comment on what the case may be. I would be able to better help you.
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Oct 20, 2007 | E-Machines T6528 PC Desktop
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