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No signal to monitor

I have an emachine running Windows 2000 that has been hooked up to our HD television as its monitor. I am trying to use a traditional envision LCD #EN7410E monitor with the system. all cables are properly connected but when the system boots up, the monitor displays "no signal." Suggestions?

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  • bsabrio Feb 11, 2009

    I'm connecting through an SVGA port

  • bsabrio Feb 11, 2009

    I tried another monitor and received the same error message.

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    Rob May 11, 2010

    I need more information please. What connection are you using on the LCD?

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Have you tried booting into safe mode? If so, do you still get no signal? Also, do you have a video card, or is it on the board?

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Hello,

Try go to bios setup and then try resetting bios by selecting the bios default setting. and then look up for the configuration regarding your monitor setting or try to enabled that setting.

You can manipulate the bios setting ...don't forget to save the setting.

then try rebooting the system.
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