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White lines on monitor and won't boot up

I have changed my L90D from my PC to my MAC and it comes on and says no signal when just connected to the power cord but when I connect it to the MAC the apple comes up and it then puts lines across it in 2 large spaces and the working circle just keeps going around and it won't come up to the computer screen.....What can I do to get it connected right.
I am of medium computer smarts so please explain it simply step by step.
Thank You
Beverly Moore

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  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    how can I change the resolutions when I can't get the screen up on the MAC ?

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    I only have a Mac Book and I am not able to hook the G4 up to it as far as I know. Is there another way ?

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    I don't understand what you are telling me to do.

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    This monitor was working on the PC that it was taken from and the change in cables don't do anything for the connection

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    I am not savy enough to know what you are telling me. Is this something I can do myself ?

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    When I turn off the Mac and turn on the monitor the screen stays black and the menu button does nothing.

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    Again how do I do this ? There is no way to bring up the monitor on that computer. I am writing from a MacBook.

  • bjane37 Feb 11, 2009

    It is a G4 and the OSX is Tiger 10.4

  • bjane37 Feb 12, 2009

    What is that bulb and is it in the computer? How do I find it and where do I purchase it ?

    Bev

  • bjane37 Feb 12, 2009

    When you said to unplug the monitor for a long time, how long is that to get it to reset...

  • bjane37 Feb 12, 2009

    Are you saying my MacBook has XP on it ? I really don't understand what I should do...

  • bjane37 Feb 13, 2009

    It is not the cable but someone said to reboot the computer using f8 or f9 and I would like to try this if I knew which one he said. Can you tell me?

  • bjane37 Feb 13, 2009

    I am not sure what you are saying. The monitor is a hyundai and the Mac is a G4.

    There are 2 cords on the monitor. One is the power cord and the other is a blue cord. These are what came with the monitor. Do I need to get another cord and is it white ? About a converter I don't think I have one or a slot for it on this monitor but there is another slot for something. I will go and get another cord if you can tell me what I need.

  • bjane37 Feb 13, 2009

    I can't download anything on the computer as I can't get a screen.

  • bjane37 Feb 13, 2009

    Ok, I hooked the monitor up to the PC and the only thing I can get on the menu is Brightness and I can't even change that on the menu. I can't get the highlighted icon(brightness) and I don't know how to make the icons change with the mouse or the up and down keys, so is there a trick to that or is the monitor broke ?

  • bjane37 Feb 13, 2009

    Birdman;

    I found the disk but I can't get a screen on the Mac to do this I don't see anything in the disk that is an installer. There are a bunch of numbered folders etc.,so how should I go about it?

  • bjane37 Feb 15, 2009

    We are purchasing a new Samsung monitor and it will be here on Thursday.
    Is there anything I should know about hooking it up to the Mac G4 ?
    I don't want to keep having problems so I will take any suggestions that I can get.
    Thank you all so much and I may come back after I get the new Monitor connected..

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It should be pretty straight forward when hooking up your new monitor to the PC. You should be able to plug it in and it work. If you have any problems start a new post as to what your new monitor is doing when you hooked it to your Mac.

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Hi there
Read this:
Using an external display with a MacBook Hereare some tips for using a MacBook or MacBook Pro with an externalmonitor.

  1. When you connect an external monitor to your MacBook (orPowerBook, for that matter), you can combine your MacBook's LCD andyour external monitor to create one big monitor. That means when yourmouse pointer goes off the edge of one, it will appear on the other.Open the Displays Preference Pane to configure the resolution andorientation of the two monitors. This type of configuration works wellwhen you want to keep your main work on your larger external display,but still keep things like IM, iTunes, and email constantly visible onthe smaller laptop LCD.
  2. Some windows act like they don'twant to be dragged on to your external monitor. If a windows is beingstubborn, try dragging it up to the menu bar, and keep dragging, evenif stays stuck below the menu bar. Sometimes once you have dragged itfar enough that it has room to render the entire window, it will jumpto the other monitor (Terminal used to have this problem, but Applefixed it some time ago). If that doesn't work, try dragging it from acorner of your monitor. My Adiumcontact list doesn't seem to want to live on my external monitor, but Ican coerce it up there by dragging up from either corner.
  3. Whenyour laptop is open, you can't switch to using the full resolution ofan external monitor. I have no idea why, but it's a fact of life forMacBook users. You can use both displays in "extended" mode, or you canmirror your MacBook's display (which most likely doesn't use the fullresolution of your external monitor), but you can't switch to usingonly the external monitor. Very strange.
  4. If you close yourlaptop, you can actually get the full resolution of your externaldisplay. Put your MacBook to sleep, connect your external display andan external monitor, and wake the computer up by pressing any key. Youwill have full use of your external display while your laptop is closed.
  5. Ifyou really want to have your MacBook open while only using an externaldisplay, after following the procedure above, you can open yourMacBook, and it's screen will remain off, which means you can still usethe MacBook's keyboard and trackpad. Why you can't get into this modeusing F7, I have no idea. This is a good technique for allowing someheat to dissipate while still using an external display so the lid ofyour MacBook doesn't melt or warp.
  6. You can boot yourcomputer using just an external display. Just connect your externaldisplay, open the lid, hit the power button, and close the lid againimmediately.
  7. In order to output only to an externalmonitor, you have to have the power cable connected. I tried forseveral minutes yesterday to get my MacBook to wake up with an externalkeyboard and monitor before unpacking my AC adapter from my backpack,and it wouldn't work. It took me a while to make the connection (no punintended), but I eventually discovered that with the power cableattached, everything works as expected.
And now for some other random tips:
  1. If you decide to buy the MacBook over the MacBook Pro (Iactually like the MacBook slightly better, but that's a topic foranother post), don't forget to buy a mini-DVI to standard DVI adapter.The MacBooks don't have standard DVI port -- just the mini.
  2. Ifyou have a DVI to VGA adapter, stop reading this right now, go find it,and put it in your computer bag where it should be stored. You'll thankme the next time you're in front of a client or an audience, trying tomash a VGA cable into a DVI port.
  3. For the ultimate in multiple-display, multi-computer support, check out Synergy.Synergy actually lets you switch between different computers runningdifferent operating systems simply by moving your mouse from onemonitor to the next. The first time you see it, you'll swear it'smagic. Imagine two separate physical computers next to each other withtwo monitors, one keyboard, and one mouse. Just move the pointer fromone monitor to the other, and you're actually using the other computer.It even let's you copy and paste between computers. If you're a Macuser running Parallels, you might not see the point, but you still haveto appreciate the technical wizardry.
Good luck and i hopes this helps

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You need it to be calibrated for your Mac.

I had a similar problem with my Samsung - Worked fine on windows xp but not so good on the Mac. Took it into Samsung with my Mac and they set it up for my Mac.
HERE is a link that may provide more insight.

Your graphics card may not support the newer monitor. Check & see the video card's spec's and compare to the new monitor.

Update your drivers also.

A new video card may be the only way to remedy your problem. Radeon 9200 is my suggestion.

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It appears that your CPU cannot find the drivers for your monitor. You will have to use the disk that came with the monitor to reinstall the drivers. If you don't have the disk anymore you can find the drivers on the Hyundai website. You can do it, it doesn't take long.
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  • Tommy Walker Feb 13, 2009

    Okay, you have to open the folders until you find the folder labeled DRIVERS . Then you simply click the drivers and they will install. If you think that the monitor is possibly bad, try to hook it up to your old PC and see if it will work there first.

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It trouble shoot the monitor, ask any of your friends laptop with vga port on the laptop (usually windows laptop as this port ) connect it to your monitor
and check if the display works fine then its not the problem with monitor
its problem with g4, instead of spending 50$ on DVI cable ...

Good luck..

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    Anand Kumar Feb 14, 2009

    If your getting brightness screen of the monitor then try to change with arrow keys on the monitor ,if its not working then its problem with monitor ....
    You need to get it serviced ...
    Good luck..



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Download setup wizard

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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    albert getty Feb 13, 2009

    you might have to hook it all back up and restart comp over monitor needs to be set up in comp

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    albert getty Feb 13, 2009

    hook back up to pc

  • albert getty
    albert getty Feb 13, 2009

    hi auto set up on screen montior settings

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    albert getty Feb 13, 2009

    it s not the monitor it's the tower most likley hard drive replace the hard drive

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  1. Do you have a MAC to VGA adapater?
  2. DVI to the DVI adapter?
  3. VGA to DVI adapter?
  4. How long have you allowed the working circle to run?

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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    Randy Hough Feb 13, 2009

    If you have this port on the computer you will need a Mini DVI to DVI To use the port on the right in the second picture.



    You need a Mini DVI to VGA if using the port in the first picture with the port on the left in the second picture.


    If you have a port the computer that looks like the one on the right in the picture below you will need a DVI to DVI cable

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The cable which you r connecting between mac and l90d is either not connected properly or where you r connecting this cable that socket is internally loose.if that cable is loose internally it needs soldering on the board where that that socket it fitted in which you r connecting the cable.if the socket is proper and not loose then its quite possible that the cable is faulty .you will have to get another cable from
www.radioshack.com
it will cost you near to $7 for the replacement cable.

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Sounds like you color tube or is wearing out. You will have to purchase a new one.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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    Nate Stansfield Feb 12, 2009

    the bulb which is in the monitor is irreplaceable. The same thing just happened in my 16 month old dell monitor. Five months over warranty. But it eventually happens to all monitors. You will have to replace the monitor.

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    Nate Stansfield Feb 12, 2009

    the only other suggestion I have that you can try before getting rid of it is:


    1. remove back cover and check all wires inside monitor. Aslo check solder welds that have broken loose. 
    2. You can go to "control panel", then appearance/display properties, you may be able to reset all setting of display to return to default. If the monitor's refresh rate is set out of range, it could cause instability of monitor display

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Feb 12, 2009

    you can always replace the crt's ( I believe there are 12 of them). This will correct the problem, but will involve knowledge of electronical repair.

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Feb 13, 2009

    DITCH THAT MONITOR. With everything you have described I can surely tell you to replace the monitor. There are no adjustments you can make without the monitor working.

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    Nate Stansfield Feb 26, 2009

    you should be good to go. make sure you install the cd for the monitor came with one. also make sure you set the correct resolution (don't go over make resolution or refresh rate) and you should have no problems as long as you have a good video card with up to date drivers.

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Hello Bevery,

What is the model of your Mac? Thanks

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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    Nouveau IT, LLC Feb 12, 2009

    He Beveryl,



    I know you have been hit with a lot today but have you tried using the DVI cable to connect the monitor to your MAC? The DVI cable should have came with your monitor and looks like the VGA (regular) monitor cable but has a longer connector on it and has one pin that is horizonal on one end. If the DVI is not an option for you, my final resolutions is reset the PRAM by doing the following:



    Restart your MAC while holding down the Command (x) options[ can not make the symbol that looks like 2 infinty symbols crossed], the P, and R keys until you hear the startup sound a second time. At this point, you should be able to use your MAC CD/software to correct your issue. Good Luck. .

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Hi, you may need to retrieve the apple software pack for the model on the Hyundai website.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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    Michael Masters Feb 11, 2009

    You will have to use a different monitor to do this or, use the alternate CPU you are using now to download the correct update software pack for mac then, save it on CD ROM. if you have an old CRT monitor, you can hook this up for the time being. hope that helps.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

I am tempted to suspect that the Hyundai L90D has retained its settings as originally intended for the PC which of course would be different from that of the MAC. The lines are indicative of mismatch of the Screen Refresh Rate. Suggested course of action, with the MAC Ooff, power ON the L90D, press on MENU settings and select/set to default. Thereafter, power on the MAC.

Alternately, you can unplug the monitor for an extended period of time. This would simulate a reset and revert internal settings to factory default.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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    Louie Role Feb 13, 2009

    I suspect that there is nothing wrong with your Hyundai L90D monitor. To verify, connect it back to your PC and try. If it will display the PC's desktop correctly, then you have just confirmed that hardware wise, the Hyundai is good and therefore, it is a settings/configuration issue. While still on the PC, set the monitors MENU/Settings to default, Save & Exit. Thereafter remove from the PC and connect to the MAC.


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    Would appreciate the update/developments if and when.

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Hi it sounds like an inverter problem. If the power supply is internal replace the capacitors coming out of the voltage regulators. These are usually 1000mf and/or 470mf range... If that doesn't work look up the numbers on the 8-pin chips that drive the secondary transformers on the inverter to see if they are getting the right voltages.
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Check the Video Cable..or the port might be faulty...

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    You need to verify whether it is your video source (ie: computer) or
    the actual monitor. To do so, put the monitor on another computer or
    try another monitor on your computer. That is the easiest to tell which
    one it is. If your monitor works on another computer, it's your
    computer, if not it's your computer and vice-versa.

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When upower up the computer press F8 key then u see safe mode enbale vga mode in win xp system.
then enter in enable vga mode then go to control panel dispaly properties then change scrren resolution to 1024*768.that it.

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    kishor khatri Feb 11, 2009

    connect your lcd to computere which has windows xp then try my aboce advice.

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Check out after changing the Screen Resolution:--
To change your screen resolution, follow these steps:
1. Select the Monitors control panel from the Apple menu, it may also be called Monitors and Sound. 

Note: If you have more that one monitor, a separate Monitors control panel will appear on each display. 

2. Click on the resolution you desire in the Resolution section of the control panel. 

3. The new resolution will be displayed after you select it. 

4. Close the Monitors control panel by clicking the close box in the upper-left corner. 

5. If the image is distorted, adjust the video controls in the Monitors control panel or on the monitor itself.
let me know for further assistance.

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    rockfixya Feb 11, 2009

    ok...
    change screen resolution using another monitor.

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If another monitor works with the computer, use the other monitor, lower the settings and make sure the refresh rate is 60HZ then plug in the other display and see if it works. Trial and error in this case. I would suggest 1280 x 1024 with 59 or 60 HZ

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Turn off ur pc and start in safe mode

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    u wil be in safe mode and screen wil appear

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Change the monitor resolution on mac settings, and check the video cable and connector.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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    Ginko Feb 11, 2009

    The connection should be OK.
    All you need to do is connect the Video cable to MAC or computer with Mac and monitor off, then start first the monitor and then the Mac.

    If you loose picture after Mac starts up , that is because of a problem with Mac video settings, you need to start mac on a different monitor and adjust video settings on mac. How to do that depends on your MAC OS version.

    If instead Mac system just does not start up because it froze, than that is a problem with mac OS.


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    Ginko Feb 11, 2009

    That depends on your Mac OS version, see here : How to Adjust the Monitor Resolution on a Mac

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