Question about E-Machines T2240 PC Desktop
This could be a fualt with either your monitor, graphics system or cable The monitor is reporting that it is turned on but not receiving a signal from the Pc it is connected to. Check that your PC is powering on (the base unit) and check that your cables are connected, and secure (at both ends if both ends undo) if the fault persists, undo the monitor cable and inspect each end for bent / broken pins. on a 15 pin monitor cable it is common for a single pin in the center of the connector to be omitted. if you find that there are bent pins in your connector it is ossible to straighten them using a small screwdriver or pliers, however be careful as these pins are not very hardy to bending and will snap off if repetedly bent. If you cannot find a fault with the cable and the PC & monitor both are powering up properly, it may be appropriate (if you have a spare or can borrow a monitor), to test on a different monitor, if the fault persists after this there is a fault with your graphics card and you will need to have your PC serviced or replace the Graphics card.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
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