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You have the wrong cable from the pc to the monitor.Look in the back of monitor and you will see a cord with a blue connector and one with a white connector. Try the one not in use.If that does not fix it your gpu does not support the monitor.
For the LG w2052tq, you can do a reset to factory settings through the OSD menu. Press Menu then go down to Setup. Press Auto/Set and go down to Factory Reset. Press Auto/Set and confirm the action. Then press Menu twice if needed to exist the menus.
Alternatively, press the Up and Down arrows together.
If your monitor is going in Power save mode it can be cause by following reasons.
>Check the data cable going from monitor to your Dell Dimension 4600 Tower is connected properly.The connector will be blue or white in colour.
>If the Dell Dimension 4600 Tower is powering on.
If still in power save mode then try to shutdown Tower and monitor,disconnect power cable from tower and monitor.Hold the power button on tower for 15 seconds.Then again try to connect monitor and check,if still nogo,and if tower has no lights then issue with motherboard or video card or power supply.If possible try connect spare known good monitor.
first try to connect another power source if it does work that is good then try the other options 1- rams 2- vga card 3- cpu 4- of course there is always the motherboard option.... i had the same problem several times mostly it is the power supply ( the power source ) sometimes gives a weak voltage or amps....
What is the type of connector for the dell monitor? IS IT VGA or DVI. The HP computer is a notebook or desktop. Are you connecting to the onboard video or video card.Check if the monitor is passing self test feature. Then try connecting with HP computer. Good luck
just try running the Test on the monitor(monitor self test) ie disconnecting the video cable of the monitor & leaving the power cable connected & then see if u r getting the red,blue,green multicoloured bard moving on the screen or not,if yes then the monitor is fine otherwise the monitor is bad.
if you computer has a graphics card you would find a connector on the bottom, there will be two places where you can connect you computer to, one would be on the middle and the other would be near the bottom the connector woudl look blue in colour, make sure if you have a video card installed, you would see a blue colour port near the bottom and it would be horizontal, connect the monitor video cable to that port and this issue would be resolved
Due to no model number I will assume it has bith digital and analogue inputs.
If possible, connect another cable the opposite of what you are using and try it again. (IE: if you are using a DVI cable now, use an analogue instead)
It is possible that the internal video card of the monitor has been shorted out and will not accept a signal any longer.
On the upside, if that is the case, the digital and analogue circuits are normally seperate to each other so losing one dosn't mean losing both. It could also be the output section of your PC's video card that has suffered the same fate so try the other video port (if you have 2 on the same card) or try another video card.