I have a cisnet not exactly sure what model my sister gave me
Its gray and black, its running its hoked up to dell moniter she had no moniter so i used one of my own the moniter would not turn on the moniter light is green and the cisnet light is red what could this be
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1. Press "Start" on your Cisnet computer's desktop screen. Scroll up to "Accessories," then hover over "System Tools." Click on "System Restore."
2. Click the option that allows you to select a different restore point, rather than using the default restore point. The program will display a calendar.
3. Select a specific point to restore your Cisnet computer to by choosing a date from the calendar display. Click the "Next" button to confirm, then click "Finish" to close out system restore. Your Cisnet computer will restart and open with the selected settings.
Be sure that you do not unplug your Cisnet computer while running system restore because it will need sufficient battery life to complete the program.
Hi, You haven't specified what monitor you use but the gray message is most likely due to your screen not being able to handle the high resolution. Try setting it to a resolution below 1600 x 1200. Best wishes, Graemevm
If you have an expansion slot filled with a video card, remove the video card (provided you have onboard video connector as well) then try to reboot. I just went through similar issues with an GForce video card, it went bad, but the machine appeared to boot althugh I couldn't see the screen. Removed the card & it came up using minimal VGA drivers provide with WinXP.
Obviously you cannot check the video driver if you're not booting up...and seeing the screen.
Find a buddy with a regular monitor and hook it up and try to boot. Dell monitors sometimes require their propietary drivers, so write down the model when you take your pc to a friend's place, and DL the driver and install it (provided you got it to boot up)