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Connor,no input you write it can be a easy thing as the monitor-cabel is not tight enough fasten.check that first .if the problem don't go away you have open the computer and remove the videocard clean the cards slot with caned air short poffs never shacke the can.now reseat the card and hope at that did the trick.let me now if ok
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No input signal
Hi, there is a posibility that the issue is caused by your system unit. NO INPUT SIGNAL occurs when system unit fails to start properly. One possible reason is the power good signal was not sent back by power supply to mother board. You can check for any shorts or grounded device in your system unit. If you can reseat all the cables (power cable, IDE cable), expansion cards, memory cards even microprocessor that will be good. Another thing you can try is to power cycle your computer. If you are not confident enough to do those stuff you can call your computer vendor and ask for assistance.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: computer monitor won't tur on
An orange light would indicate there is not signal from the computer.
Make sure the computer is on and you see lights on the front of it.
Check the cable that runs from the monitor to the computer to see if
it has worked loose.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I have the same model after youlet it sit for a long enough period to cool down it will come back on and work normal, it is a cooling problem called gateway and they confirmed this theproblem I ran in to was what fan this computer has 3. temp fix I used was to remove the tower cover to allow better air flow try this till you can figure out what fan is messing up
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
bad video card memory. try to change the video card. if it's built-in to the motherboard then it's a shared memory, disable it in the bios and put in a new video card. check if PCI, AGP or PCIexpress type of card. if problem persists, check also the memory card. hope this helps.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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