Question about HP Pavilion a1610n PC Desktop
Monitor says no input signal and keyboard doesnt work
Do you have two video outputs on your PC ie. one on the motherboard adn a separately installed card maybe? If you do you need to set the BIOS so that it uses the AGP/PCIE video card and not the 'onboard'. Try the onbopard vodeo card first to see if you get a signal there.
If you do NOT have two video outputs, and you can not see a signal then you may have a prblem wiht your monitor itself. Is this a known working monitor to start with?
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Are you using a usb monitor? Does the motherboard support ps2 keyboard? If so, try a ps2 and see if you can get into bios. If you can see nothing on the screen at startup, try a different monitor. If you can get into bios, check the video settings. You can also try to start in safe mode - it may be a driver issue
Posted on May 12, 2009
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