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SOURCE: No input signal, go to power save sony sdm-hs93

I f you see the message on the screen indicating 'NO INPUR SIGNAL', you need to check the VGA cable and both ends of the connectors also. Try this monitor with other PC also.

This SDM-HS73/93 have common problem: bad backlight assemblies due to poor workmanship in sodlering works, see my pictures below. You should also inspect the caps. This is not recommend for DIY.

http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Sony%20SDM-HS93/

http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Sony%20SDM-HS73/

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SOURCE: It says : INPUT 2: HD15 ;No Input Signal Go to

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No input signal means no video is coming from the PC. You might have a faulty cable or poor connection, faulty video card, faulty motherboard or faulty power supply. Try to troubleshoot first the problem:

Unplug the PC and open it up. Clean out all the dust. Carefully remove and replace all the cables going to the motherboard one at a time. Do the same for the memory dimms and the video and sound cards if you have any. Plug your PC back in a give it a go.

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This is just a page from the manual I found. Here is a link to the manual I found. http://www.manualslib.com/manual/91948/Lenovo-Thinkvision-E54.html#manual
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Hi. I have a FLATRON W1934S computer. Every time I switch it on it says "power saving Mode". How can I fix it?


Hello, I didn't understand the problem.
1.After switch on and it goes to power saving mode , which can be visibly seen by changing the color of power led from green9or blue) to yellow.

First thing to be done is when it goes to that state "power saving mode" remove the video VGA cabl , and if the unit gives video message "no video signal" which stays for a while and usually goes again to power saving mode , this is OK,
So if there is no video signal on input it should work like this. so you have to check you PC.
Another way is to use laptop or other PC to check the monitor itself.

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No input signal, go to power save sony sdm-hs93


I f you see the message on the screen indicating 'NO INPUR SIGNAL', you need to check the VGA cable and both ends of the connectors also. Try this monitor with other PC also.

This SDM-HS73/93 have common problem: bad backlight assemblies due to poor workmanship in sodlering works, see my pictures below. You should also inspect the caps. This is not recommend for DIY.

http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Sony%20SDM-HS93/

http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Sony%20SDM-HS73/

http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Sony%20SDM-HS73/

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The reason why your secondary monitor is showing no input from computer is because of the display resolution of your graphics card, which is higher than what the Monitor can handle.
What you can try is, when your system is powered up, just go to your display settings, then reduce the systems display resolution to--preferably 800x600, then go to where you normally select the output, and select 'Output to external monitor"...this should send the signal input to the monitor.
I have actually dealt with a no input signal before, and this was what I did.
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More info on your problem and i could probably help you better!

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