Question about Gateway EV 700 17" CRT Monitor
Check the pins on the connector cable. make sure that not one of them is bent. If it is, it could cause the problem as on of the signals is not there. You can get some needle nose pliers (thin ones) and carefully bend (form) the pin back straight. Once straight, carefully insert the connector back in. Then, pull it out to make sure it did go in and not get bent again.
If the cable is good on both ends, (you can ohm them out with an ohm meter), make sure all is ok on the computer end. (drivers, video card, software). If it is, then pitch it and get an LCD. You don't know what you are missing. Better yet, don't break a sweat. Go and buy an in expensive LCD screen. you'll be glad you did. Besides, the EV700 is now old, full of dust, lint, cooties, etc.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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