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Re: emachine T2672 will not recognize monitor
First, check to see if the computer is actually running--look for the lights on the front and listen for the fan (also, put your hand behind the machine to see if you feel air coming out). Once you determine that the computer is actually running, look at the monitor. Is it on? Is there a green or yellow light? If not, be absolutely sure it's plugged in both to the monitor and to the computer and the power source. If you have a yellow light and the computer is running, it might be the video card. If there is not yellow or green light, the monitor is bad. Find a friend who has a monitor and borrow it. Plug it into your system and see if it works. If so, the problem is your monitor. If not, then the problem lies in the computer.
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"no input" means that there is no signal from computer or the monitor cable is unplugged. When you first turn on monitor it usually does a self test and then looks for signal. Not connected to PC will give a no signal. If it is connected but PC is off (not unplugged) then it should go into standby as you vid card will be sending a standby signal to any monitor connected. Sometimes the Plug and Play monitors need to register before it will recognize a standby signal from PC, so plug it up and boot up PC. Then shutdown normally, your monitor should go into standby when the PC shuts down.
Possible reason is that input signal goes out of range that probably a Screen refresh rate that the monitor cannot handle. Instead of bursting into flames, the monitor shuts itself down as a protection feature. Look at the monitor manual if you got one.
Safe Mode should allow the monitor to work in the problem account.
Boot in Safe Mode (see below) Switch users to the problem account Right click the desktop Select Properties Click the Settings tab Click the Advanced button Click the Monitor tab Select: Hide modes that this monitor cannot display Select a different Screen refresh rate Click Apply twice and then Click OK
Or try this:- power on the system and press and hold F5. When a screen appers with some option, try to find a option something realted with VGA setting. Click that option and let pc start normally. It will surely work
TRY UNPLUGGING COMPUTER AND MONITOR AND DISCONNECTING MONITOR FROM THE BACK OF THE COMPUTER. BE SURE TO UNPLUG AND NOT TURN OFF. WAIT ONE MINUTE THEN PLUG COMPUTER BACK IN . RECONNECT MONITOR TO THE BACK OF THE COMPUTER AND PLUG IN. IF THIS WORKS, WAIT FOR NEW HARDWARE RECOGNIZED TO COME ON. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS, IF ANY. RESTART COMPUTER.
Does the monitor work on another computer? does the computer work with another monitor? I the answer is yes to both then here is the most likely solution
you may have the screen resolution and/or the refresh rate set too high on the emachines computer. For Windows XP: Boot the computer and use F8 to get the Safe Mode boot menu. Choose the first Safe Mode and log in,... if you see windows come up then go to display settings and and change the settings to something low like 800x600 and refresh rate of 60hz. Restart the system and you will the display and can make adjustments from there.
If either the monitor does not work on another computer or the computer does not work with another monitor,.. or if you are not able to see windows from in safe mode,.. you may have a more serious problem with the monitor or vid card.
You need to change the input signal, get into the menu on your monitor and change the signal from rgb to dvi, hdmi or vga dipending on what cable you using for connection.
There is NO rgb connector on that monitor