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Monitor works in dos starup, but fails in Vista startup mode.

Kenmark, lcd 15" HDTV monitor does not work with newly purchased emachine el1210. LIve emachine support is a automated robot chat and is completely worthless. Finally ask the tech what planet we are on and the answer is "I am here to assist you". Duh, the correct answer is, earth. Don't buy emachine.

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Sounds like windows resolution or refresh rate is too high for the 15" monitor. Try starting in safe mode and setting the resolution below 1024 X 768 and refresh at 60. Restart.
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My computer will boot, I can hear the windows noises but the monitor will not come on at all. It keeps flashing. Also after a little bit the light on the tower starts flashing like the monitor does.


Hello,

try to unplug and plug the cable from monitor to your pc, this is a problem of a connection. If it does not help, try some other cable which is working on another computer.

Flashing tower light is not a problem, it probably starts flashing just because of you are not doing anything on your computer, so it turns to sleep mode.

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You might be able to boot Windows in Safe mode (F5 at startup). In this mode WIndows uses a basic VGA driver. From there you can change the video driver to the appropriate one for your monitor. If you are unable to see video even before Windows startup, you may need to check the monitor on another computer to be sure it's working properly.

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Try tapping F8 when booting and then choose 'safe mode with networking'
if this works go to the lcd manufactures web site and look for a specific driver for your screen.

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That's definitely a hardware (incompatiblity) problem. Download the most updated driver for the graphics card. Also see if there is a monitor driver for the monitor.

I understand it worked seamlessly for the emachine but you should switch it back for a day or two to rule out the monitor just screwing up.

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Emachine 15' lcd monitor


Hi,

Your query - "can the monitor work with an older HP computer?"

Normally yes, assuming that there is no hardware fault. The message is an indicator that somehow the settings of the display of the old HP computer does not match that of the Emachine 15' LCD monitor.

Perhaps what you can do is to run the old HP PC in Safe Mode (press F8 before Windows starts), using the arrow keys, select top mode setting in the Menu which is Safe Node, hit enter. Windows should then start and normally should be viewable no matter what settings the monitor can handle. On Safe Mode Windows, right click on any clear area of the desktop, click on properties, Settings tab, move the Screen resolution to the left most position, set the color quality to the lowest possible choice. Click on Advanced button, click on Monitor tab, set Screen Refresh Rate to lowest possibler, OK, OK, reboot.

Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back if things worked out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards

Dec 09, 2007 | E-Machines eMachines Monitor E15T4

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It sounds as if you have a resolution set that the display does not support. Restart your machine in safe/VGA mode by holding down F8 while the machine boots. Once in safe mode, set the resolution (Right click--> properties--> Settings--> Screen Resolution) to one that your display supports.

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