Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
The monitor self diagnosis read check the cable or signal.
I did check but still not shown anythings on the monitor.
what I do?
Here are some troubleshooting ideas:
1. If you have a LCD monitor, look for a source button on it and try pushing it (with the computer running) and see if it cycles between analog and digital.
2. If you don't have a source button, try the auto adjust button.
3. Try unplugging the power from the monitor for 30 seconds, then plug it back in, and turn the monitor back on.
If none of the above works, then it's possible that your video adapter isn't working.
If possible, try connecting another monitor to the computer and/or connect the monitor to another computer. (I know most people don't have a second PC, maybe a friend or neighbor can help with this.)
This will help you isolate where the problem lies. If the monitor works, then the video adapter may be bad. Depending on the model of the computer, you may be able to have a new one installed.
Hope this helps!
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