I think that this problem is related to a previous issue that I was trying the resolve.
The original issue was that only one of my CD drives was working correctly(ish), the other one kept messing around. I decided that switching the two around might give some hints to what the problem might be however once I did that I got ''no signal input'' on my monitor. I then returned the CD drives to the original possition and tried again, the same problem reoccurred.
- I then tried using a different monitor and cable, that did not work.
- I check that nothing had been dislodged
- I tried disconnecting the CD drives and running without them, that did not work either.
nothing worked. At a guess I would say that I must have damaged the montherboard when removing the cable for the monitor however how can I check this? I can not see any physical damage.
There are no error beeps and everything else seems to be running normally, I can hear the fan and so on. Does anyone have any suggestion on what could be the next step (other than buying a new motherboard).
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No signal issues are mostly resolve by checking the TV input settings.
You can follow the ff. steps:
1. Using the original TV remote control, look for a button labeled "tv / video", "input" or "source"
2. Select each of the available input until you get the Uverse picture or if you can check the type of cable that you are using to connect the TV and receiver, it'll help you to easily select the input settings. example HDMI cable
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Sounds like your video card or monitor is bad. Most likely it's the video card because if it was the monitor the No Signal Input could not appear on the screen. To isolate the problem try connecting another monitor to the computer. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker and connect it to the computer. If the Borrowed Monitor displays ok without a problem then your original monitor is bad. If the Borrowed monitor has the same issue of No Input Signal as your original monitor, then your video card inside the computer is bad.
This happens because either the HDMI cables are defective or the signal path goes thru a device that isn't fully HDCP compatible - the system thinks you are trying to copy the movie or whatever without authorisation+ you're a pirate.
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to two things that will cause the No Signal message to come up are – no data
available for closed captioning and a weak signal input. Your TV is in the
Closed Captioning Mode. To turn off simply bring up the on screen menu and
scroll down to the part that says closed captioning and turn this function off!
With the closed captioning block displayed and the program being viewed is not
sending out closed captioning signals the TV will display, No Signal!
If this doesn’t resolve your
issue then the problem may be with the processor failing and it is causing a
random read of the EPROM to display the No Signal message.
I’ll suggest you to run the HDMI
from the PVR (personal video recorder) directly to the TV (mute the TV), and
then run the optical audio from the PVR directly into the receiver's optical
in. The closed captioning is something that is addressed in analog broadcasts,
but not necessarily digital broadcasts.
Try using Component cables if
this doesn’t make a difference. After using components cables your issue will
Please do accept the solution if
the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
This normally causes by weak signal. To make sure your TV has no problem, you have to try all inputs. If all inputs have the same problem. You may think of the main board was defected.
Additional, you can play DVD player to see if the problem there.
If you have the original remote or at least one with a QV button on your remote it is easy. When prompted for the code, Just hold down the "QV" and the number 9 together for a bit. That will unlock the set. I would then go the the main menu and unlock the set from the menu. Use the "QV" and 9 to get in and turn off the password.
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Most likely your incoming cable signal is weak. If you call your cable company, the on call support tech can sometimes resolve the issue from their end.
If not they can send a technician to your house to measure the signal strength. The tech should first measure the signal strength before it comes into your residence and then again at the input to your cable modem.
The surfboard also has an internal web interface that provides a good deal of information relating to your signal strength and other diagnostic information.
I'm not sure about yours, but the internal ip address of my surfboard web interface is 192.168.100.1
Regardless though, you still need to get your ISP involved to resolve the issue.
My 42" Westinghouse HDMI inputs just stopped working. I thought it was the TW Explorer 4250HDC issue so I got a new one from TW. Still said no signal from HDMI. So, I shut the TV down and pulled the power cord out of the back. I waited a few seconds and reconnected the pwr cord. The TV "re-booted" so to say and now the HDMI inputs work. I think TVTEK has the right idea that it is firmware/software related. In the mean time, you might want to give that a try.