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Check Power button if it is off.
Check the power cable that goes to the Monitor and tighten it.

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I have a MPC ClientPro414 and I had turned it off when I went to turn it on the screen will not come on. We do not have the install disc and am not sure what to do? The screen dose not light up to see it...


Usually computers make beep sounds when starting up.

Do you hear any of the beep sounds?
If you hear two beeps with an interval of a couple of second, than the computer should be ok.

It could also be the monitor. Try connecting the monitor to a computer that works, or try connecting a working monitor to your computer. If the computer lights up with another monitor, then the monitor is faulty.

If the computer still is not starting up with a working monitor, than the videocard of the computer should be checked next.

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Signal has gone


If the monitor comes on and displays a message like "no input signal" or something similar, it's working properly but there is nothing coming from the computer. People often think that the computer is working and the monitor is at fault, when in fact the computer isn't starting up.

When you turn on the computer, do you hear the normal sounds of the power supply fan running and the hard drive spinning? Most computers will give a beep when they turn on and the motherboard finishes some startup checks. Do you hear that? Do you ever hear the normal startup sounds that mean Windows is actually running?

If you are convinced the computer is starting and booting into Windows, I would suggest you borrow a known good monitor to use as a test. If it works, that obviously means yours is bad. In most cases there's nothing you can do to repair a monitor yourself beyond checking for loose connections, bent pins in the signal cable plug, or a damaged cable.

If a known good monitor still has no image, the computer is at fault. Either the video card or integrated video isn't working, or the computer isn't actually starting up. In any case, that's where you would need to start looking for the cause.

Hope this helps you along the way to solving the problem. Thanks fo using Fixya!

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Ok..So I've had my tx2500 for a little over a year now (go figure, the warranty's out). After I booted up today, I went online and after a few minutes, the screen went pixel'y' and then went blank. The...


there is something wrong with the video driver or the monitor...If the screen shows something like the devices when it boots up...and only goes blak when it logs to windows...I mean if you see all on the screen until you get to the windows logo..this is a operating system error ..a driver seting or crash...so ...just reinstall it ..or repair the operation system ..cause if it is a setting on video driver or a error ..you can not fix it if you do not see anything ..
if the system boots but you never see a thing on the monitor...not even the writen devices when it first starts..or the bios..this means that the screen or the ribbon of the monitor has a damage on..try to change its position...or so ..but in this case you will need a ribbon for sure ...

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Both my monitors went blank - first they started getting fuzzy then went blank. Are they fixable or do I need to replace them


Does your computer still load up? If you can still hear the crunching sounds when your turn on your computer then it sounds like you might need new inverters for your monitors. This is the thing that makes the monitor light up. Inverters are relatively cheap but you may need a professional to install it, depending on your comfort of repairs.

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My Dell 1905FP 19 monitor went black & green power light flickers


It sound like a short circuit. I had this problem with 1907FP model. It had an USB port on the monitor which got damaged and it was shortening to the groung. In your case it might be a bad internal power supply board.

Nov 20, 2009 | Dell UltraSharp 1905FP 19" LCD Monitor

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I heard a loud pop and the display went out completely. i can still here sound but the picture just isnt there


It sounds like your monitor just went bad. The reason you can still hear sound is because there is nothing wrong with your sound card. You can try connecting the monitor to another computer to see if it works. If it does not, then the monitor has died.

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Gateway FPD1760TFT LCD monitor


Problem
1. turn on computer
2. monitor receives signal, it looks like its working
3. it goes through some steps and then the monitor says "no signal" and kind of stays in limbo with fans running, etc.

Solution
One possibility is that computer is looking for drivers for you video card. It could be hung up looking in the wrong places. Remove all peripheral hard drives and memory sticks. Try again.

Jan 12, 2009 | Gateway FPD1760 17" LCD Monitor

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Dead pc


try to remove all external device connected to your computer. just leave the keyboad, mouse and monitor connected.
restart computer.
if still a blank screen
remove everything connected to your computer (mouse kyeboard and monitor) restart if nothing happens
open your computer and remove all devices (hard drive, optical drives, memory... restart,,, you should be hearing beeping sounds indicating motherboard is looking for memory. try putting back 1 memory at a time and checking all mem slot. to identify if one of the memory could be causing the blank screen. if both memory will not work try to use known good working memory. if you dont get to hear the beeping sound using a known good working memory. your memory is the problem.
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Monitor problem


erickalin - it sounds like your computer might have shut down and failed to come back up again. If you have access to another monitor, try hooking it up to your computer instead of the one you normally use (that won't stay on). If the second monitor won't stay on, the problem is your computer. You might have to take it to your local computer geek or computer store to get serviced. If your computer DOES work with the second monitor, you might need to have your monitor serviced or replaced. Good luck!

supposed2b, I think you have the same problem, although your computer doesn't even sound like it's powering up. Your power supply might be faulty or an internal component (CPU or memory most likely) of your computer has died. Double check your power connections and ensure that when you press the power button you hear the computer start up and the light on the front comes on (hopefully green or blue, but not yellow or red). Again, you might need to take your computer in for service.
Good luck!

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My computer crashed and now the monitor goes into power save mode


You said that you hear a series of beeps, if you hear this kind of sounds maybe there is a loose connection from the CPU. Try to remove the Memory and put it back again.

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