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eMachines flat-screen monitors offer high quality at low cost. eMachines flat-screen monitors are compatible with most brands of PCs. Issues with eMachines flat-screen monitors can arise from faulty power sources, cable problems and incompatible settings. These issues can be resolved by testing step-by-step each possible cause.
Plug the computer's power cable firmly into a working AC outlet. Press the computer's power button.
Check the LEDs on the front of the computer case to confirm that the computer receives power. Plug the eMachines monitor's power cable into a working AC outlet. Press the monitor's power button. Check the LEDs on the front bezel or power button of the eMachines monitor to confirm that the monitor receives power. Orange or blinking LEDs indicate low power or no signal. Green LEDs denote a working connection.. Perform a monitor self-test. Switch off the monitor. Unplug the video cable from the monitor. Press the eMachines monitor's power button. An eMachines logo, Windows logo or "no signal" message indicates that the monitor is working properly. Plug the eMachines monitor's video cable into the video port on the computer. Attach the monitor's included DVI-to-VGA adapter to the monitor's VGA cable if your computer has a DVI port (15 or 25 pin-slots with 1 side slot) in place of a VGA port (15 pin-slots, no side slot). Press the eMachines monitor's input button to change the monitor's setting to match the computer port used. Set your monitor to DVI if connected to your computer's DVI port. Set your monitor to VGA if connected to your computer's VGA port. Connect the eMachines monitor to a known working computer with a known working video cable if the problem persists. Contact Gateway, eMachines manufacturer, if the monitor issue is not resolved. Hope this helps.
Hello,Unfortunately, unlike HDMI, VGA and DVI cables do not carry audio signals. If the monitor has built -in speakers, you will need to connect a audio mini jack from the computer to the input on the monitor.
I see that you believe that you monitor has a built in speaker on it, if your monitor does have built in speakers on it then the only way to make the speaker get audio from the monitor is to have it hooked up on your computer using an HDMI cable connecting your monitor to the computer where audio and video will be rendered by the HDMI port providing Video and Audio to your monitor.
But if your monitor does not have HDMI on it or you computer does not have an HDMI port then that will be an issue, if your computer does not have an HDMI port then getting an expansion Video card that has one will make thing work for you and get you audio out of your monitor.
If you are only using VGA or a DVI cable connecting your computer to the monitor then audio will not come out as it should on the monitor.
I hope this will be informational and helpful to your concern.
You would need to connect the speakers to your computer. There should be a little jack on the back of the monitor marked audio. This will need to be connected to your soundcard jack for front speakers. Once this cable is connected you should have sound from your speakers. Hope this helps.
You must properly connect that VGA cable from monitor to built-in VGA serial port of the motherboard or connect it to the Graphics card in your cpu unit if you are using a graphics card and not the built-in VGA serial of the motherboard. Then lock it.
To check if there a built-in speakers... look under the monitor and look for a audio jack usually located next to the VGA and power connections. If you got one, then you need a audio cable to connected to from your monitor to your pc audio output jack.
the built in speakers on the monitor are only speakers, they are not run through the video signal cable and have to be connected separately.
many monitors with speakers provide a stereo cable in the package but dont tell what the cable is for.
If there is a cable provided there will be a small jack on the monitor that connects to audio out on the sound card.
There may also be a stereo plug combined with the video cable, that likewise connects to audio out.
If the hardware is connected, there may be a volume control on the monitor that may be muted.
If the problem is a recent thing for a system that previously had working sound with this monitor, try the mute on the audio settings