Question about AOC Monitor
When i plug my computer into the monitor the monitor doesnt display anything!...so i check he settings and everything was fine, i then tried it with my xbox and still nothing being displayed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Normally the orange light should turn green when everything is a go. Often the problem of orange light is not really the monitor but the PC. There is not video output from the video card and the monitor in sensing this assumes that the cable is unplug and thus does not switch on (green).
The sure way of determining which is at fault is to try and use a different monitor to your PC (as well as the cable). Should problem persist, then it is the PC that would need to be checked. On the other hand, if the PC works with another monitor, then you have just verified that indeed the monitor is defective.
Should you have verified that it is the PC, suspect would either be the video card and/or the memory sticks. In some instances cleaning with a pencil eraser the little gold pins of either the video card and/or the memory sticks helps.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2008
SOURCE: Display menu virus? :(
try disconnecting your network cable and adjust the settings again, if you cant, enter safe mode by pressing f8 in the startup and select safemode then adjust the contrast there.
Or is this in the CRT monitor? inside the monitor? there are no viruses ever made for monitors. So its most likely a hardware fault in the crt. Maybe its time to buy a new one. LCD preferably easyer on your eyes.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
SOURCE: Input not supported
1. Restart the computer.
2. When the computer begins to reboot, press the F8 key repeatedly in one second intervals until the "Windows Advanced Options" appears.
3. Select "Enable VGA Mode" and press ENTER.
4. Select your operating system from the list and press ENTER
5. Follow your normal log on procedure.
6. RIGHT CLICK with mouse anywhere on your desktop.
7. Select PROPERTIES.
8. Select SETTINGS then select ADVANCED.
9. Select ADAPTER then select LIST ALL MODES.
10. Refer to your monitor user's manual or Quick Start Guide for the recommended resolution or mode for your monitor.
11. Select OK then APPLY then OK.
12. Depending on your computer setting, you may need to re-start the computer for the changes above to take effect.
Hope its useful!
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: hi...my AOC 17" CRT monitor
Change to the lowest settings you can on the other monitor, then connect the 17" CRT. If you can see anything, go to display settings and slowly bring the settings up. If you lose the display, press "n" (there is a dialog box asking if you want to keep the settings, y or n). Most likely it is a refresh rate that is set to high. Try setting this to 60 Hz for starters.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Hi there - I read in another forum to use the left button instead of menu. Give it a try - power off and hold left button while powering on.
I'll cross my fingers for you :)
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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