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Your S-Video connection is referring to a round plug for a TV input signal. Most computers will not have this connection unless you have a TV based video card. If your using a TV 'monitor' as your computer's video device, their will either be a button on the monitor or your remote to allow you to choose the input signal. If you are using a VGA or HDMI or DVI cable as the connector between the two devices, most likely, the light is referring to one of these, as its video source. You will need to match the cable & monitor source detected to get a usable picture output.
Simple answer would be to give it a signal! Does it show this message when you have a picture on screen? Check your connections and make sure they are firm to the plugs rather than loose as this may cause an intermittant signal causing the message
"Check Signal Cable" message is shown on the monitor only when their is disconnection between PC & monitor or if the cable is faulty. You can get rid of the message, which is built-in the monitor. Try changing the faulty cable.
A " no signal" message on the screen means that the set is telling you that it is not receiving a signal from whatever component you have hooked up to it in most cases. But the main be can be bad. The input connections are on the Main bd. Try hooking up another source(Component) to that input and see if you get a picture. If you do then yo either have a bad comoonent or bad cables. If you do not get a picture then your Main bd is probably the issue.