I bought recently one screen for my pc. Model : ASUS VW 192S. Every time when i try to open my pc the display shows the words ''NO SIGNAL'' and doesn't open. I tried everything connection cables, AC cables and whatever has relation with cables...nothing happens...i know that the system works normally because the buttons ''CAPS LOCK AND NUMS LOCK'' flashing when i push the buttons...only the screen doesn't open and every time shows the same ''NO SIGNAL''...could you give me any solution??? Thanks...
Please check whether the monitor is set to the correct settings. If you feel its incorrect, most LCD/TFT monitors come with an auto set up button which will restore the display to one that usually works. In case it still doesnt work, you might need to connect your pc to a different monitor and check the display settings. You could also try to download the drivers for this monitor and then re-connect the monitor and see if it works.
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Look at the cdrom door and see you will find a small hole; use a paper clip bent straight; insert it straight and you will feel contact with "something" push in gently and the cdrom door should pop open.
Please check the VGA cable if its properly connected and make sure two screws are fixed to both end connecting the monitor and the video card.
No signal comes out when there is no signal from the video card to the monitor. That is why you need to check if the VGA cable is fix to both end.
If that did not fix it, you will need to open the casing of your computer. Disconnect the video card from the motherboard. Gently clean by wiping a clean clothe over the contact surface of the video card. Then, reseat the video card properly to the slot in the motherboard. Return the casing cover and connect the VGA cable again.
Just remember doing the above procedure is only when the computer is turn off.
Turn on your PC and see if that fix it.
You will need to replace the video card if by booting the PC you will hear a series of beep codes. If no beeps then you are lucky VGA cable is the faulty one.
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If the entire display is flickering, tha'ts typically a hardware issue. Try tilting the screen back and forth, or pressing gently on the area just above the keyboard to see if you can replicate the issue. If it flickers then, you've got a bad cable or a plug.
It's unlikely, but if it is a software issue you can try dowloading new drivers for the video card. Go to the ASUS website, enter in your model information, and see if you can find drivers for the video component.
It appears that this motherboard has an on-board video port, I would recommend unplugging the video card and try using the on-board video. Make sure that when you do this, the BIOS POST screen shows, if it stops making the beeps, but still doesn't show anything, you might want to reset the BIOS (using the on-board jumper, sometimes also displayed as CMOS reset or password reset). If it still beeps, it might be the RAM, and you might want to see (if you have more than one stick of RAM) if you can try unplugging one or the other, or even switch their locations. Good Luck.
Hi there Boot up in safe mode, F8 on start up, if it lets you into windows, go to the device manager and uninstall the graphics drivers, then reboot the pc, let the PC detect the new card and try install the drivers, have your driver CD in the CD drive just in case it needs it.
my Samsung A800 also lost its inner display recently. When I open the phone, the inner display lights up but fails to show any image. Outer display is mostly OK, once it had trouble to "lock" the image and after opening and closing the phone a few times the outer display showed the image with light and dark bits inverted. Switching phone off and on restores the inner display most of the time, but the image only lasts until I close the phone.