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You can use the DVI port and use DVI-VGA adapter.

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Flatron W1943 sb monitor goes into power-saving mode. Does not display data.


If the monitor is displaying the "Power Saving Mode" signal to the monitor, then the monitors internal VGA board is functioning, so you can rule out a broken monitor. However I have seen monitors blow the internal fuse to the VGA board which causes a false "SLEEP" signal. If this be the case then it will require replacement of the fuse (usually a microfuse soldered onto monitor internal board) or most likely a monitor replacement.

To test:

Option A: you can connect another monitor to the monitor output on the back of the computer and see if you get a display. If this monitor goes to sleep, then it is likely that your Video card is malfunctioning. If you get a display, then it is definately the monitor.

Option B: If you have another computer, you can attempt to connect the monitor to another computer. Also most modern laptops will be equipped with monitor output, so if you have one you can check it. If the monitor sleeps, then it is definately the monitor. If you get a display, then it is definately the computer video card.

Hope that helps,

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Windows detected my monitor as generic non pnp monitor and when i installed the inf file for lg monitor and updated and rebound to generic non pnp monitorit says device on vga and when i


Hi,
I see you are having issues with you LG monitor.
What type of video card do you have on your computer? if I may ask.
And also did the LG Monitor come with a disc to install the Monitor.
The VGA means it is using VGA a a mode or type of cable connection for the Video, what cable are you using? are you using an HDMI connection for the Monitor/LCD or is it the Blue Cable on both ends if it is the Blue Cable then that is using VGA so it will say on VGA meaning it detects the video connection from that cable.
Are you asking because this shows every time you turn the LCD monitor ON , is that correct, if that is the reason it is normal.
The question I see is incomplete? and when you? what happens?windows detected my monitor as generic non pnp monitor and when i installed the inf file for lg monitor and updated and rebound to generic non pnp monitorit says device on vga and when i

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Lg logo appears then goes in to power saving mode LG Flatron Wide Monitor


Hello davidhague99 ,
Check your VGA cable if connected properly to your CPU or Video Accelerator Card,if connected properly,try another VGA cable and if the problem persist you need to try another source.
hope it helps thanks

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My problem is my computer cannot open the display in the screen is "check the video cable"


Good Day Efren!

When you turn on your PC and your monitor displays "Check the Video Cable", it means that there is no signal coming out from the video card going to the monitor.

It just gives you the direction to check if the VGA cable is properly connected to the video card and to the monitor. There are two screws that need to be fixed to both ends of the cable to ensure its connection. You can also try other VGA cable to make sure that the one you are using is not faulty.

After you have made sure VGA connection is secured and restarting the PC did not fix it, the next suggestion might fix it.

Turn off your PC and unplug it. Disconnect VGA cable from the video card and open the casing cover. Disconnect the video card from the motherboard. Using a clean clothe moistened with alcohol, gently wipe the contact surface of the video card. Reseat the video card properly to the motherboard. Return the casing cover and connect the VGA cable.

Restart the PC and see if that fix the problem.





Good Luck Efren!
You can give some ratings if this fix your problem.
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If i connect the DVI cable to my Video card (9200 family)and to my monitor an Asus VH222H i get a dialogue box saying no DVI signal. if i use the VGA cable everything works fine.Does this mean the card...


Make sure your monitor is set up to recieve what ever signal you are wanting via the monitor's menu. There should be an input button on the monitor to select the signal type. The connection really doesn't matter as long as you are able to use the monitor. There could be something wrong with the connector on the video card. Also make sure you are using the card and are not using the onboard graphics connection by mistake. If the problem persists it is more than likely the card.

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Trying to connect Lenovo IdeaCentre desktop to HP w1907, monitor keeps popping up the message like " no input signal' on VGA or DVI, DVI is always checked as default. Then going to sleep right away. Push...


wow no OS stated, nor model of Lenovo.... (so generic answers)
i guess you have no manuals on any of this. right>?
is this HP question, if the HP monitor works on other PC its ok.
so end HP worry. (my guess is HP is OK, totally) 19"LCD is OK.


leaving what, LENOVO.!! (unnamed? a stinkpad?)
this is a HP forum, so cant tell the hot key for External VGA
on any Lenovo. but you can RTM the book on it. easy.

that HP VGA monitor message means.
1 thing, the 3 video and 2 sync lines are dead.
in non geek means the VIDEO CABLE IS DEAD.
try running the PC in F8 mode this puts WINDOWS< (is it./)
in to LOW RES mode (poor) and all monitors work there.
all. (last 25 years)
if still dead, you need to use the hot key to turn on VGA, on all laptops
my HP laptop as 3 modes, VGA on , VGA off and AUTO.
nice no? that AUTO.'
The PnP wakes up the port. is that magic.

The VGA port must work, and the LCD both.


is this one of those beasts called an all-inone desk top
than name you used tells the helper nothing
as that name used for many form factors.
all in one
regular desk tops.
and more.even pocket pc.
now idea at all what you have (hp is clear on that end=)

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When i connect my laptop to the tv i get sound but no pic.


Computers have two seperate systems - one for video and one for sound.

The only computer (or laptop) connection that carries both video and sound is HDMI. If you do not have a HDMI/DVI connector on the back of your computer, then you will have to use the VGA-composite or s-video connectors to display your PC's output on an external monitor like an LCD TV.

On both my HP and Dell laptops the display settings (Start/Control Panel/Personalize/Display Settings) allow two modes - single or dual monitor mode. Single monitor mode allows me to switch between any one of three possible video outputs - VGA-composite, S-Video or laptop screen, or a split-desktop (display spread over two seperate monitors). Dual monitor mode allows the same display on any two of three possible video outputs.

Switching is performed using the fn keys on the keyboard (fn key plus the F2, F8, etc. function key with the display marking). You guys use single monitor mode until you figure out what your are doing. Select VGA-composite or S-Video.

Non-HDMI sound to your TV monitor or sound system must be obtained from your laptop's Headphone or S/PDIF jacks. Headphone is stereo and S/PDIF is 5.1 surround sound. Headphone is electrical, but S/PDIF may be electrical or optical (laser light). You must set the sound jack that you intend to use as the default on the PC control panel (Start/Control Panel/Sound).

None of these connectors is two-way in the context of an LCD monitor - your PC cannot record a TV picture or sound from the external monitor. To accomplish this you must purchase a video converter box that converts cable TV or video+sound inputs to USB format usable by your laptop. Do this and you can turn your laptop into a Tivo recorder/DVD burner using Beyond TV, Sage TV or a variety of other software packages.

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I cannot get the signal on my monitor . I bought a V203H 20 inch monitor. I have connected the VGA, the light comes on the monitor, the intiail Windoes stuff shows and then I get a no signal from the...


Two thing to remember on this situation....

First:

On your laptop make sure you switch the dual mode view on your laptop, if you installed your video driver correctly right click on desktop, select there option switching into dual view or extended view, alternative is hold down the FN button or your laptop keyboard and press the Fucntions key (look for the function key with the monitor icon) press and release it while holding the FN key until there is a video on your external VGA monitor.

Second:

If the settings on your laptop is ready for dual or extended view, look for the SOURCE button or your monitor, if not available look for the AUTO button, pressing the Auto button automatically searches the available signal on the VGA, HDMI, or other sources of video on your monitor.


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