Question about SVA-USA SVA VR 15A 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
This monitor only works when I boot with another monitor then hook up the flat screen once I am started. When I restart my pc it gets to the windows screen then shuts down to a choice of analog, sleep etc. I have used F8 and have enabled VGA mode but still the same problem.
It sounds like that monitor has a leakage problem on the ground or shield. This is a common flaw that forces intel motherboards to keep from booting. If you carefully cut the outermost layer of monitor cable away (it looks like a basket weave made of metal threads) that surrounds the other signal cables inside, this problem will go away.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
Actually it was quite easy. I rebooted my computer in "safe mode" by restarting it and pressing the F8 key. At the start up windows gives you an option to toggle down to "enable VGA mode" and select it. After that, my computer recognized my monitor and it has worked fine ever since!
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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With your old monitor connected, set the display to 800x600 or 640x480 (or another low setting) and 60Hz (in advanced settings). Shut down completely. Connect your new monitor, and start up.
After windows boots, set the settings to where you want them. The refresh rate may be the problem here.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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