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In regards to your issue with your monitor: For a monitor to display "no signal input" there is likely a problem with the monitor making a connection to your input source (yes I know duh). First and easiest thing to fix this is to check your cables going between your computer and monitor, if your computer and monitor start out working and then fail to communicate, there is a good chance that the cable might be coming loose just enough that the connection fails. I might suggest that if you have, as you say another computer, that you try swapping monitors to check where the problem lies.
did you adjust the brightness, also in windows settings?
pls check with another monitor ,also you can check monitor with another pc or laptop
try with reset the monitor settings
also change the resolution and display frequency
when you open your pc now,do you still hear a click sounds like you hear before ,when your computer has no problem yet? now there is no sounds .do the ff..
1.try to press the numlock key and observe it ,if the indicator LED lite on and off,the problem of your computer is your video card,
2.if you can't hear anything, when you open your unit and the indicator of your monitor goes the color orange,pls..check your memory .clean the memory and the memory slots using the contact cleaner .before you replace a new memory.
3. and try to use a another monitor,maybe your monitor has the problem.
No, this is typical problem for defective inverter. Mostly screen appears for some seconds and then turn to black. If you are technician, you can use this link :-). http://www.lcdrepair.us/1702inverter1900x.html
Hi alioops, unless you're using a laptop with the FS7600, normally you can't use or install the netgear wireless pc card (WG511;PCMCIA Card) to a regular desktop computer.
If however, you're using a laptop, then you have to find a narrow rectangular slot normally at the side of the laptop with flip or hinge cover. Merely pushing in the Netgear Wirteless PC Card into the said slot would physically install it. Of course, it has to fit snugly and perfectly in order to work. Further you may have to install the drivers that are in a CD that comes with the card.
Hopes this works for you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
I suspect the problem is with the monitor itself. I have had the same problem. I reported it to Dell and they sent me a new monitor within a few days the problem resurfaced again on the new monitor. They have since sent me a new monitor and the problem has disappeared.
The Dell customer service people sounded rather cagy to me when I suggested that this was a problem endemic to this model. The replacement monitor that I have had a sticker on the box that read "refurbished". This is a rather new model of monitor to already be into selling "refurbished" models.
If you are still under warranty I suggest you call them. And even if you aren't, call them anyway. I sense that they know about this problem.