Question about Acer H233H bmid Monitor
Everytime I turn on my computer, it will go through it's booting and loading process fine. However after the Windows xp loading screen, the Monitor displays "No Signal" So to get around this I have been booting up in vga mode and set the display properties to my liking then everything works fine after. But this is very inconvinient, so anyone know how to make it work without having to boot up in vga mode?
Have you ensured that your display card driver AND correct monitor driver is installed. This is to make sure that your display card only generates signals that your Acer monitor is capable of handling. If you do not have the driver CD for your monitor you can download the software from www.acer.com. The problem is most likely that your display card is generating a refresh rate which your monitor cant handle. Go to your display properties and lower the refresh rate of your display card and see if this solves the problem.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Try installing drivers for HDMI for that monitor as it probably identified as Plug and Play monitor by you system.
They have Vista drivers on their website. If you have XP you can still download Vista drivers and install it on XP. I fixed all problems with my monitor by doing this.
To install vista drivers on XP:
1. Go to device manager.
2. Expand your monitors list there and double-click on Plug and Play monitor.
3. Go to driver tab and click Update Driver.
4. "Not at this time" for question about connecting to Windows Update.
5. "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)"
6. "Don's search, I will choose driver to install."
7. Click "Have Disk" and point to your Vista drivers folder, choose HDMI ones (x86 or x64 according to your operating system).
That should do it.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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Safe mode is a troubleshooting option for Windows that starts your computer in a limited state. Only the basic files and drivers necessary to run Windows are started. The words "Safe Mode" appear in the corners of the display to identify which Windows
mode you are using. If an existing problem does not reappear when you
start in safe mode, you can eliminate the default settings and basic
device drivers as possible causes.
If you don't know the cause of the problem, you can
use the process of elimination to help you find the problem. Try
starting all of the programs you commonly use, including the programs in
your Startup folder, one by one, to see if a program might be the
cause of the problem.
If your display works in safe mode then you have a video driver issue or virus or software issue.
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