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HP F1903 turns itself off when connecting DVI

The monitor will turn on and work fine with a VGA input, but when connecting it with DVI it will turn itself off. This is the second (F1903) monitor to do this, the first was a warranty return. I have switched both video cards and DVI Cables. I appreciate any help/advice that can be offered.

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  • Kravitz Feb 27, 2008

    Twenty seconds after I turn on my computer, my monitor goes black. I know it's not the hard drive, because older monitors work with my tower. I've also swaped out the cables and power cords, same results. This thing is only 2 eas old and it would cost A LOT of money to replace, I am pissed.... no more HP for me. Any suggestions?

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Sounds like your problem is hardware and lies with the port on your PC, this may be due to a bad driver, or bad port! Sounds like you have tried everything else!

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What is the best way to connect 2 computers to this monitor


If you have two separate computers for different purposes, such as personal and work use, you may find it convenient and necessary to connect both to a single monitor. Many monitors have dual inputs, making such a connection simple. However, you might need a keyboard, video and monitor switch to accomplish this task if the monitor lacks a second input. Dual Inputs
Step 1 Examine the back of your monitor for the presence of dual video inputs, such as a single VGA and DVI or HDMI output.
Step 2 Connect the VGA cable to one computer. Plug the other end of the cable to the matching input on the monitor. Rotate the retaining screws until tight at both ends of the cable.
Step 3 Plug the DVI or HDMI cable into the back of the second computer. Insert the other end into the monitor's digital video input. Screw down the retaining screws if you're using DVI.
Using a KVM Switch
Step 1 Ensure both computers are turned off. Place the KVM switch on your desk where it is within convenient reach.
Step 2 Locate the video output port on the back of the KVM switch. Plug a VGA cable into this port. Plug the other end of the VGA cable into the monitor.
Step 3 Plug the VGA monitor outputs from each computer into the inputs on the back of the KVM switch. Tighten the retaining screws down for each connected VGA cable on the computers and the KVM switch.
Step 4 Plug the keyboard and mouse cables into their respective outputs on the KVM switch. Plug each set of keyboard and mouse cables from their ports on each computer into the matching inputs on the KVM switch. Plug each cable in sequentially to avoid mixing them up between machines.
Step 5 Double-check that the mouse, keyboard and monitor cables leading from each computer all correspond to the right machine. Plug the KVM switch's power cord into a nearby AC outlet or power strip.
Step 6 Turn the computers and monitor on to verify the connections are correct.

Required Items

  • VGA cable
  • DVI or HDMI cable
  • KVM switch
  • Power strip (optional)


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Jun 13, 2014 | Acer 22" X223w LCD Monitor

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Using with a laptop


Connection the monitor depends on the connections you have out of your Toshiba laptop.

The monitor has both VGA and DVI.

If the Toshiba has a VGA out, all you need is a VGA cable available online, computer or electronics store.

If the Toshiba has an HDMI out, you can connect it to the DVI on the monitor with an HDMI cable and an HDMI to DVI Adapter.

You can also use USB out with either a VGA converter or a DVI converter (go with DVI for the better picture). Converters can be found online at Amazon, you may also need a standard male to male DVI cable to use with the converter.

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Amazon com 5m High Speed HDMI Cable Ultra HD 4k 2k HDMI Cable HDMI to HDMI...
Amazon com Rankie Gold Plated DVI to HDMI HDTV Male to Female Adapter...
Amazon com StarTech com USB to DVI External Video Card Multi Monitor...

Apr 05, 2014 | HP Pavilion F1903 19" Flat Panel LCD...

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I have a HP LP20265 monitor, and it seems have problem, with signal detection.


well why not test it on another system
DT or LT
desk top or laptop.

why connect 2 data cables at once, this is SO wrong.
only 1 at a time.

Mar 09, 2017 | HP LP2065 Monitor

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I have a HP LP20265 monitor, and it seems have problem, with signal detection.


wow ,, why not test the monitor on any other PC or laptop.
see if its good or bad.?
this is the only way to find this, unless guessing works.

i got lost in your post.
try 2 machines
the post photos of what screen does bad, words never work for telling graphics./

Mar 08, 2017 | HP LP2065 Monitor

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I would like to hook up my old monitor, product LT782s, model 700P, to my new monitor so I can have duel monitors. The cord has 2 screws to attach. The new monitor does not have any place for a "scr


You need to connect both monitors to a computer. Monitors do not daisy-chain (in general). The exception are some SCART-enabled monitors.

What is your source (desktop)? What is the make/model of your new monitor? Please add a comment with the video outputs/inputs for your source and second monitor.

Many newer desktops have two or three outputs. (Some video cards have display port outputs which with active adapters can support 2 monitors each.)

If your computer has two or more outputs and your new monitor has an input compatible with the extra output, get the appropriate DVI, DVI-HDMI or HDMI cable for your new monitor. See the next section if both monitors have VGA input.

If you have a desktop with only one video output, you may be able add a video card to support two monitors. (Depending on your computer, you may need to upgrade the power supply to support a video card.) Then get the appropriate adapter or cables to add the second monitor. (Note: if both of your monitors have only VGA inputs, check the specs for video cards carefully. Not all modern cards support analog outputs on their DVI, HDMI or Display Port connections. These digital outputs would require a digital to analog converter to give the VGA out.) However, if one of your monitors will accept DVI digital signals and the other VGA, add a card with one of each of these connections and a DVI cable to match. (This is an if needed extra; many monitors still ship with only a VGA cable.)

Then turn off your computer, open it and add the video card. Install the drivers with only one monitor attached. Then power down the computer and connect the second monitor. Turn on both monitors before turning on the computer again. Most of the time, the second monitor should be recognized (by Windows) and the appropriate refresh rate and resolution chosen. If not, you may need to enter the Display settings to set the monitor up.

I have seen some computers/video cards where only one output is initially enabled. You may have to go into the device settings to enable it. (Laptops often need their external video ports enabled in the BIOS.) Bad video ports/cards/cables do happen so RMA if needed.

The USB video adapter, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812225007 , can be added to a desktop to give a second VGA output but it isn't the best solution. USB bandwidth limits are significantly lower than those for a PCIe x16 slot or an old AGP slot.

I hope this helps. Please add more information about your system if you want more assistance with this problem.

Cindy Wells
(who has done dual monitors with older and newer computers. My old Pentium 4 with a Radeon x1350 video card was fine for driving a VGA monitor and an HDMI monitor (using a DVI to HDMI cable). My second generation i5 and P8Z68 motherboard system is also fine using the on-CPU video graphics for those same monitors. A video card would improve gaming but isn't required.)

Dec 13, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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I moved and lost the video cable to my HP Pavilion F1903 monitor where can I get a new one


Any "male-male" video-cable will work.

Check whether you need a VGA-to-VGA cable, or a DVI-to-DVI cable, depending on the connectors (oval for VGA, rectangular for DVI) on both your monitor and your computer's video-card.

Try the local "Thrift Shop" (Salvation Army, Value Village, et cetera).
Try any local computer-store.
Try any "big-box" store (BestBuy, Walmart, Staples, OfficeDepot, FutureShop).
Try 'www.ebay.ca'.

Nov 18, 2009 | HP Pavilion F1903 19" Flat Panel LCD...

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F1903 not turning on with tower when restarting


Get a PCI or VGA video Card!

I'd recommend at least somethin like a

nVidia GeForce 7300 GT (256mb) Video Card
You can get one for dirt cheap on Newegg.com
Or your local PC store/Repair shop.

The Problem you are having is your Video Card Driver isn't the correct one, or it's got issues...
You should get a better video card.....yours might be onboard or really low-end rated.
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Pre-Manufactured PCs generally ****..... I build WAY better PCs for less.

HPs ****, but not as bad as a Dell (Dell does make the best pre mf 'd Servers which is ironic!)
but the worst pre mf'd PC I've ever fixed was a GATEWAY........

Apr 19, 2009 | HP Pavilion F1903 19" Flat Panel LCD...

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HDTV on Mag LT776s


that monitor wont produce the 1280x720 resolution. It isnt hdtv ready

Aug 07, 2008 | Mag Innovision LT776s 17" LCD Monitor

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Display input


You have to make sure the dvi connection is turned on.

Jan 03, 2008 | LG Flatron L1810B 18.1" LCD Monitor

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DVI input on monitor not working


Contacted viewsonic about this issue- they suggested- have both dvi and vga hooked up to same machine. start with poweroff on both. power on monitor, then power on computer. when you see display coming from the vga, power off pc, then disconnect vga cable, turn off power to monitor, disconnect power cord from monitor for 5 + seconds, reconnect power cord, power on monitor, then power on pc.
If this doesn't work to get the dvi working, (as happened to us) we returned our monitor for a replacement, since it was still under warranty.

Sep 17, 2007 | ViewSonic VX2025wm 20.1" LCD Monitor

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