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Monitor won't turn on I have connected everything properly and still no signal


I didn't see whether the power strip where you have all devices plugged in was turned on. Plus, you only showed one side of the monitor. There should be an indicator light on the monitor which indicates that electricity is running through the unit. Lastly, did you read the owner's manual before putting this unit together? Check all options and let me know what happens.

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Power failure,command display (no bootable cd)


It seems that your first boot was on cd or dvd, or may be your hard drive did not detect, to check both of them go to BIOS set up by pressing F2 or Delete on your keyboard to enter set up. When you are in set up mode go to Boot menu (if you can not see boot menu go to advance). In a boot menu select HDD as a first boot and Cd or DVD as a second boot, if you can not find your HDD it means that your HDD did not detect, and you need to replace it with a new one.
Hope it gives you a solution

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No display everything turns on windows loads but no display


We can further isolate the issue by connecting an external monitor to the notebook. If the display is fine with the external monitor, this clearly indicates that the issue is related to the LCD screen. Otherwise, it is due to the some other internal hardware.

You may follow these steps to connect the notebook to an external monitor.

1. Turn Off Computer.
2. Connect the monitor cable from the monitor to the monitor port on
the rear of the computer.
3. Connect the monitor to a power source and turn it on.
4. Press the Power button to turn on the computer.

* Switching the display to the external monitor

Press FN + F4 to toggle the display between the Notebook display and
External monitor.

May 14, 2010 | HP Pavilion DV9620US Notebook

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Monitor indicates no signal shuts off


try checking your windows monitor settings and disable the windows monitor shutdown timer. also, check the cables and try to keep them firmly in place (duct-tape would be useful for that). if the problem is related to windows settings, then ok. if not, use the second resolution. I'm glad if could help!

Feb 06, 2010 | Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor

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IBM ThinkVision 17" L170P, the problem is that the screen is black and power indicator is steady green on. Can not turn off the power indicator at all.


Check the DVI connections on your computer and your monitor. It is possible that there is not a good connection. Do you have access to another working monitor? If you connect a different monitor, and that monitor comes up, it could be the DVI cable or a bad monitor itself. If neither monitor comes up it could be a bad video card or port, or the computer may not recgonize it under Properties, Display, then settings when you right-click on the monitor, if you are using it as a second monitor.

Dec 01, 2009 | IBM ThinkVision L170p 17" LCD Monitor

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Is it possible to connect 2 external monitors to a dell xps m1330?


Yes, it is possible you can connect 2 or 2 billion external monitors, all you need is the extension cable, which is normally called a spilter or usb to vga spilter, and you can connect as amany as you want.
remember, USB to VGA adapter. or spilter.
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There's plenty of evidence to indicate that using two screens is more effective than one; at least up to a certain point. There's also a strong indication that those two monitors need to be the same size, since your visual receptors seem to get confused by screens of different sizes. A recent Utah study indicates that using 2 20-inch monitors allowed people to complete tasks 44% faster than using 1 18-inch monitor, making a pair of 20-inch screens from Dell for under $600 sound like a steal. Since many people I know have switched to using a laptop as their primary machine no matter where they are, the trick of using two monitors (at least when docked) can be crucial.
The trick I use for connecting 2 external monitors to my own laptop is to connect one to the external video port on my laptop and a second monitor gets connected to a DisplayLink adapter. The adapter connects via USB allowing you to extend your desktop to another screen. They are sold under a variety of brand names which makes the adapters a little tricky to track down, but a quick search of eBay for USB to DVI Adapter turns up several options that are basically the same thing under several different names. DisplayLink also links to several online stores, although they do a lousy job of labeling which country each store serves.
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Oct 13, 2009 | Dell XPS M1330 Notebook

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Can't get monitor to power on


I have a similar switch on mine, although mine is a Gateway. So my solution is going to assume the same indicators and functionality.

On mine, a blue-violet power switch indicates it is off, red indicates standby mode, and blue to indicate it is on and/or searching for a signal. When turned on (blue), the monitor will go to standby mode (red) after 3 to 4 seconds if it does not detect a source signal. So if you toggle the power switch to blue and it soon changes to red, you'll need to check your signal, cable, or possibly for a bad source connection on the monitor.

Oct 12, 2009 | LG L206WTY-BF Monitor

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Monitor


Generally an indication the monitor is not receiving a signal for the computer.
  • CHeck cable connections on monitor and tower
  • Insure input select on Monitor is set to AUTO or the input you are using
  • If you are getting windows sounds and other indications of boot, then a monitor issue, if no sounds, may be aproblem with teh computer or windows

Sep 21, 2009 | LG L192WS LCD Monitor

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Why is my Monitor blank when i switch on the pc?


Normally, blinking indicator lights and no display on the monitor indicating a wrong resolution or refresh rate frequency, that the monitor can not display it.
To fix, enter safe mode, and configure the display to the lowest resolution. After restart, you should be able to have the display.

Dec 31, 2008 | Intel D945GCCR Motherboard

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MOnitor Problem


Assuming the cpu is on, then the likely culprit is your video card or your onboard video. Either replace the exsisting video card or add a video card to your system.

Jun 16, 2008 | AcerView 76E Monitor

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