Monitor not seeming to work when computer is powered up.
Computer is powered up and monitor says:'' No Input signal go to power save'' all connection have ben plugged and unplugged numerous times. computer shut down and repowered. same problem occurs.no image on screen? can you help I am thinking the monitor is done.
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no input or signal means that the monitor is not receiving any signal from the CPU and if the power light is amber then and the cpu works fine then there could be a problem with the cable connecting the CPU and the monitor ...check the cable.
Try to connect the monitor on other source for signal -laptop or other known working computer.if it posible.
Try with other rgb cable.Moust of monitor go tu stand by or power saving mode when is not presence of signal from computer(h-sync )
If monitor works ok on other source,than problem is in your computer(vga card probably)
power save mode indicates no input signal. Check the input signal with a known good monitor. if the signal is good then dell monitor is faulty. Power cycle (unplug the power then plug it back in) the monitor to reset to factory and if it still goes directly into power save mode the unit is faulty.
You could be righ. Before we confirm that have you tried plugging in another monitor. See if that works. If its does then we will know its your monitor, if not then it could be your graphics card on the machine.
The reason why your secondary monitor is showing no input from computer is because of the display resolution of your graphics card, which is higher than what the Monitor can handle. What you can try is, when your system is powered up, just go to your display settings, then reduce the systems display resolution to--preferably 800x600, then go to where you normally select the output, and select 'Output to external monitor"...this should send the signal input to the monitor. I have actually dealt with a no input signal before, and this was what I did. Hope this helps. Goodluck!
Turn the television on and as soon as the screen turns on repeatily press the input button or change the input to whatever input you are using from a source device. As long as you change it to anything other than RGB.
Your television is essentially a big computer monitor with multiple inputs and a tuner. When using your computer and shutting it down the monitor will go in a power save mode. You don't need to shut off your monitor due to this power saving mode. When you power up your computer your monitor automatically turn on.
With the VIZIO and the RGB (computer) input the television will act just like a computer monitor. When you have a computer connected it will power down automatically when you shut off your computer. When you turn your computer on the VIZIO will automatically come out of standby mode. This is through RGB only.
This is normal operation for the VIZIO but can see confusing when nothing is connected to the RGB input. If you change your television input to RGB it will sense no signal on the input and will go into standby mode after about 5 - 10 seconds. If you were to send a signal to the television through RGB it would automatically kick on.
To isolate the problem, you need a friend with another computer since right now, we don't really know if the video section (or card) of the PC is at fault or the monitor.
You need to swap displays with someone so you can be certain what is actually not working.
The monitor is obviously capable of scanning inputs for a signal and not finding one.