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No Display when i switch on my computer, first booting and No Display on Moniter, I check Moniter cable it works fine.

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Re: No Display

Turn off the power and uninstall the RAM and reinstall it.Then boot the computer.

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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re-boot pc. Go into setup (F2). Go to your video settings and make sure your video card is selected as your video device and that setting are correct for its operation.

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My dell lcd moniter display blank white screen only?

This should be posted in monitors. Does the screen display anthing during boot up of the computer? Does it appear that the computer is booting? If the computer seems ok, then plug the monitor into another computer. If it works there, then it is something with the computer, and we will need a bit more information to work with.

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Tower turns on but nothing appears on monitor

You need to follow the easy steps and get rid of it

1. Make sure your display (moniter, CRT, LCD, screen, whatever you prefer to call it) is plugged into a wall outlet or power strip and powered on. Also ensure that it is securely plugged into the back or bottom of your display. Many displays do not have removable power cords, making them more prone to shorts and other damage. Check your cable to make sure it isn't damaged.
2. Make sure the power strip or wall outlet that your display is plugged into are functioning by plugging another electrical device, such as a lamp, into it and switching it on.
3. Check the connection between your computer and your display. Make sure that it is completely plugged into both as well as fastened with the attached screws.
5. To double-check any possible cable problems, if at all possible, swap out the screen's power cord and the cable connecting your computer to your display.
6. Swapping out your display is also a good way of narrowing down the problem. If you get the same result with a different display, then you can be near positive the problem is something in your computer. If switching displays fixes it, then the culprit is a faulty display.
7. Try turning your display on and off. Does the power indicator light change? Green means On, amber means Standby, and no light means no power. If your display starts out green when it is turned on, then goes to amber, that usually means that it is not receiving any signal from your computer and therefore assumes it is not needed. The problem is most likely not with the monitor but in the computer.

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Jun 26, 2010 | Gateway 504GR PC Desktop

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My two cpus with KOB 810e TFSX and PI 945GCM does not display anything but the procs fans are running fine

then it must be the problem with your display.
check the VGA cable. see if the power cable of moniter is connected or not. if possible check it by using another moniter.

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My computer turns on but the moniter wont

Hi again
Hit F8 on start-up, you will see a sub menu pop up, choose safe mode and hit enter, if it boots into windows safe mode (don't choose system restore) go into device manager and uninstall the graphics drivers and restart the machine, the machine should now boot up and re-install the graphics drivers itself, it may ask to be restarted again.
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Feb 12, 2009 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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First please check whether the Monitor powering ON or not
the see the colour of light of the monitor i.e, its green or orange or not glowing next see that all the lights showing but constantly flickering or else just see u r VGA or DVI Cable which is connected properly to the CPU if it is ok then remove the cable connect only the monitor to different machine in case still not comming then finally it is a monitor problem or else just check all the connections inside the CPU

In case its monitor problem either it will not power ON or else all the lights will blink constantly that means the refresh rate or the Resolution of the monitor has been changed in case if it is done just connect a different monitor boot in the safe mode by pressing F8 button after entering there change the resolution which will be in the display properties apply and reboot the machine or else turn off u r PC and connect u r Old Monitor and Boot the Machine

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Moniter display

It can be problem with driver or VGA...

You can try to UNINSTALL DRIVER FIRST and just install with SAFE MODE by using menagmet console...

Let me know if u got help

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