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Tco fail & check signal cable
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CHECK SIGNAL CABLE
Typically this happens when the resolution of the display is out of range of the monitor. Normally this is when the resolution is too high. Have you changed the resolution settings? Also, not to be crass, but if there a video card in the system, be sure that you are connected to the correct VGA connector. With an extra card in the system, the onboard VGA connector is not used.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009
brucemeyer, Are you missing the Whole "lay on the floor black box switch mode power supply" thing, and not just "a cable"? Gee, those monitors aren't very good without their DC voltage source!!
You could always use a car battery, but then all you need to do is figure out where positive and negative plugs into the monitor. Remember This IF you get it Wrong, you could DESTROY the monitor forever!!!! The best bet for you will be to contact Taxan service and get a recommended substitute SMPS brick supply. Hmmm???? I wonder where the original went? I'm louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel@ aol.com
Bye for now.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Sounds a bit bland but either the monitor has failed or the video card
Only test is to plug your monitor into another system and see if it comes to life
If it does then your video card has expired.
If it is part of the motherboard then the easiest option is to buy a replacement which plugs into the AGP slot
They are dirt cheap unless you are into gaming when the sky's the limit
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: check signal cable
Check if the monitor is not working by connecting this monitor to another computer.
If the monitor woks on another pc, then the pc is the issue and not the monitor.
If monitor doesnt work on the other pc, then it's the monitor that needs replacing.
I hope this helps you :)
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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