Question about Dell Pentium 4, 2.26 GHz (1W391)
When i turn on the computer the monitor starts working after some seconds starts continous noisy sound hoe can solve it?
Hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend try this solutions:
Problem: Your Monitor Doesn't Display—The System Unit Issues a Series of Beeps Your PC uses beeps to communicate with you when something is wrong with the video setup. Check the settings on your video card to make sure that they're correct for your system. Also check any switches on the motherboard to make sure that they're set up correctly for your type of video card. (You should consult your system's instruction manual for details on this procedure.) Check to make sure that your video card is seated properly in its slot; you may even want to try inserting the card in another slot. If none of these suggestions works, try a new video card, or have your system examined by a professional.
In a pre-Windows 98, system, if you have two video cards installed at the same time, they can sometimes interfere with each other and cause neither to work properly. Try removing one of the cards; if this results in the remaining card working, you need to reconfigure one or both of the cards to better work together. (With Windows 98 and later you can install two video cards to run multiple monitors simultaneously.)
Problem: Your CRT Monitor Doesn't Display—It Makes a High-Pitched Whine This whine indicates that your CRT-type monitor, for some reason, is operating at the wrong frequency. Turn it off immediately—this problem could seriously damage your monitor! Now check the settings on your video card. Chances are that it's set to a higher resolution than your monitor is capable of displaying. If this isn't the problem, your video card itself could be defective. If your video card is okay, your monitor might be defective.
Problem: Your CRT Monitor Pops and Crackles and Starts to Smell Like the rest of a computer system, monitors can get dusty. When dust builds up inside the monitor, it can generate static charges.
It's also possible that the power supply inside the monitor has become defective. If the monitor demonstrates these symptoms, turn it off immediately and take it to a repair center. The technicians can either clean your monitor or replace the power supply if necessary
You may visit your monitor services center if the problems stills occur after performing the solutions mentioned. hope i helped you friend good luck
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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