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Receiving a "No signal" message on monitor when booting PC.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That could be a hardware failure of some sort, or because you added a new hardware device. The "DMI pool" code has nothing to do with Windows, but is part of Plug and Play. Windows has not even loaded yet. It is the System Board BIOS startup code checking the hardware configuration, and setting system board resources for Plug and Play to use.
Go in to the system board BIOS (normally DEL key when first powering on) Look in the PnP or PCI Configuration section, for an entry "Reset Configuration Data. It will show Disabled. Change it to Enabled, and save the new configuration and reboot. BIOS will set it back to Disable after it clears the DMI data and rebuilds it. The first time through, it will take a long time, but after that it should not hang. Unless there is a hardware problem with one of the adapters on the system board or PCI bus.
I have seen CD-Rom drives cause this hang, if there is a CD in the drive. So make sure there are no CD's in the drives when you start up.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: Acer Monitor V193W has no signal
There are 2 basic reasons for the "No Signal" message.
If neither of these is the case, try hooking up a different monitor (if equipped, you can use an HDMI cable to your TV) to see if the "No Signal" message persists.If using a different monitor works, the issue is your Acer Monitor.
Posted on Dec 08, 2011
Reset the cmos usualy a jumper, or remove the batery for 10 min, it might be a videocard problem, try another videocard. It might be a memoryproblem.
If you hear bleeds google for biosbeebs and that will show you wich bleeb is what error.
If all else fails change processor and powersuply or finaly the motherboard.
Posted on May 02, 2012
SOURCE: Monitor no signal acer M1640
Check the cable at the back of the monitor and at the back of the computer. If the cables are in tight and you still get the no signal error message you either have a bad monitor or a bad video card in the computer.
Try plugging another monitor into the computer (borrow one from a friend, neighbor or family member if you don't have one). If the monitor does the same thing and shows a no signal message like your original monitor, then the Video Card in the computer is bad. If the monitors works, then your original monitor is bad.
Posted on May 03, 2012
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