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Your monitor has some of the following inputs:
* VGA
* HDMI
* composite
* component
* coax
You need to "tell" the monitor which of the above "input" channels that the monitor should "listen" to.

Posted on May 13, 2015

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SOURCE: no composite input signal

Try the following:
Right after power on, tap the F8 key to see if you can get a short menu to come up.
If it does, select "Safe Mode."
If your screen looks different, it may be just the driver for the display card or monitor is trashed (Windows like doing that, keeps us challenged).
- Open Control Panel, then System, then Hardware, finally Device Manager.
- Locate Display adaptors, open and delete the adaptor listed (all, if more than one.)     - Locate Monitors, open, delete any listing there.
Reboot.
Windows should 'find' two 'new' devices and install the drivers for them.
The display may still be different if you had other than the default settings.
Go then to the Display folder of the Control Panel, click on 'Settings' and experiment. Depending on your Windows version, if you choose something dumb so it makes the screen unreadable, ignore it and Win will ask if you want to keep it and give you some time to acknowledge that you like it. When you don't, it will just go back to the pre-tinkering settings.       

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: how to remove "no composite inpute signal"

If you have the same problem with both monitors, it sounds like a display card setting or problem.
The chances of you having the same problem with different units is 1- 50.
Try the monitors on a different PC and get back to me.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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Not sure this will help but it sounds like you might have PIP (picture in Picture ) turned on

Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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OK, I have one of these TVs, and here's a thought: There's nothing wrong with the TV nor with the cable converter box. Please bear with me. Since I don't know how much you may know about TVs in general and this one in particular, I'm going to assume you know nothing and go from there.

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