Question about AcerPower F1 PC Desktop
I just turned my monitor off to let it cool. When I turned it on the next morning it says "no signal". I waited a couple of days and see if it works, it is still saying "no signal". I tried plugging it in on my friend's CPU and it worked fine. What seems to be the problem?
The problem lies with your video card. The fact that it worked on your friends computer proves that it is not your monitor. Some motherboards have two video adapters. One on a video card and one on the motherboard. You need to open your PC case and see if you have one or two. If you have two then you can try the other one. Otherwise, replacing the video card will correct it. However, if the only video adapter is the one connected to your motherboard then the motherboard has to be replaced. If you have any questions let me know.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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