Question about Packard Bell Computers & Internet
I switch my PC on and it shows on the tower system that its on but the monitor doesnt come on the light stays on amber and when i press menu on the monitor to turn the light to green it says that the monitor is in off mode. Ive tried unplugging everything and replugging it but nothings worked, ive pressed all my keys on the keyboard to see if it comes on and still nothing. But when i switch the power on at the tower system i dont hear the sound that says its loading up. Any Ideas of how to fix this problem. thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try wiggling the Cord on the backside of the monitor.. Not the Power Plug Cord, The Other Cord that attaches to the PC. Do this once the monitor turns off , grab ahold of the cord about 2 inches from the back of the monitor, then bend the cord to the right, keep bending from the right to the left a couple times to see if your screen comes back, if it does, than you have a Loose connection and this sometimes causes the Symptoms you are receiving.. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
SOURCE: In power save mode
The monitor is not receiving signal from the computer. Is the power light on on the computer? If so - press and hold power button on computer until the power light goes off, then press again to restart. If the computer starts and you still have no picture it is most likely a video card or motherboard problem.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Sounds like the monitor is not getting a signal from the tower.
Do you have another monitor/LCD screen that you plug into your tower? That will tell you if the LCD is the issue or the tower.
If it is the tower that is at fault, then you need to try and figure out if your video is separate from your motherboard. Hopefully it is separate, that way you can get that replaced. If not, then it means that your video card is integrated onto your motherboard which is much expensive to get fixed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
The first thing to check is , the Power, are ya sure it's plugged in OK, are ya sure that socket is working, try something else in that outlet to prove, check the power cord is pushed right in, Check ya on the right Video connector on the PC, make sure all conns are correct. Try the monitor on another base unit, try your base unit on another monitor. If all these are OK then ya Monitor has turned it's toes up sorry.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
SOURCE: monitor going to sleep problem
Posted on May 30, 2010
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