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  • p4721cx May 11, 2010

    Please provide more info.. What type of monitor is it? What are your power saving settings? Monitor turns off by itself after 3, what?

  • Aaron Perry May 11, 2010

    Can you provide more information? It sounds like a power supply issue. Did you recently upgrade any hardware?

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You can try to do the monitor self test.
Monitor Self Test:
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It is always important to check the color of your power light for so you can distinguish if the monitor is defective. Getting red lights on the the power panel states that the power section of the monitor is faulty.

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You can try these Trouble Shooting steps:
Monitor Self Test:
1. Physically test the monitor autonomously from the computer.2. Switch both the monitor and the computer off, and then disconnect the VGA cable le from the computer.3. Turn the monitor on, pressing the power button for about three seconds. The self-test screen will come up .4. If the image is clear, bright, and shows red, green, and blue, the monitor is working properly. Video issues may be due to the video resolution in the computer, and not the monitor.5. If the image is not apparent and intense or the colors are not accurate, then the trouble is with the monitor or some of the (OSD) settings. In this case, test your particular monitor's information for OSD.

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Video Card:1. Unplug all of the cables.2. Unscrew the tower.3. Remove the video card from the PCI slot.4. Use an eraser to erase the coper pins on the video card. It will remove the dirt from the pins.5. Insert the video card in the PCI slot.6. Screw back the tower.7. Plug back the cables.8. Turn on the pc. It should be working after these steps.

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Press and hold the power button on the laptop for over 5 seconds and it should turn off... or remove the battery and charger :)
When it turns back on, it will ask you some questions, just leave it alone and it will reboot by its self.
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I have a dell Dimension 2300 and the images are very dark. I don't think it is from the monitor.


Try these steps: 1. Check the monitor settings. Access the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu System. Adjust the contrast and brightness using the control buttons in the monitor.
2. Run the monitor self test. Unplug the video cable from the computer (cable from monitor to the back of the computer). Usually it has a blue or white connector. Turn on the monitor alone. It should display the self test pattern (white, red, green & blue). If the images are dark in the self test, it is a problem with the monitor.
2. Rotate the monitor to face a different direction. This will help in eliminating sunlight glare which can cause poor picture quality.
3. Test your computer using another working monitor. If the problem occurs in a known good monitor, then it is a video card or motherboard (if your video card is integrated) problem.
I hope these options help.

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THE PROBLEM IS THE MONITOR IT SELF.

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no signal indicates a couple things... i suspect your computer isn't even booting up. reboot the computer while tapping the F8 key.... you should see writing on the screen... boot to safe mode. after it sucessfully boots up... reboot again... should be fine.

Robert

also is that an add on video card ?

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Dell172fpb 17" monitor


Self-Test Feature Check (STFC) Your monitor provides a self-test feature that allows you to check whether your monitor is functioning properly. If your monitor and computer are properly connected but the monitor screen remains dark, run the monitor self-test by performing the following steps:
  1. Turn off both your computer and the monitor.
  2. Unplug the video cable from the back of the computer. To ensure proper Self-Test operation, remove Analog (blue connector) cables from the back of computer.
  3. Turn on the monitor. The floating 'Dell - self-test Feature Check' dialog box should appear on-screen (against a black background) if the monitor cannot sense a video signal and is working correctly. While in self-test mode, the power LED remains green and the self-test pattern will scroll through the screen continually.
  4. Turn off your monitor and reconnect the video cable; then turn on both your computer and the monitor.
If your monitor screen remains blank after you use the previous procedure, check your video controller and computer system; your monitor is functioning properly.

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Defect ASUS V8420 ?


I don't understand, please explain more:

0) What kind of a monitor is it ?

1) If the monitor is NOT plugged into a working video card,
it should blank out or display some sort of a
"NO SYNC" or "NO SIGNAL" or "UNPLUGGED" warning.

The power light may also flash or show a different color.

2) If the monitor is plugged into a working video card,
it should wake up from the inactive power-saving mode
and display the desktop.

3) If the video card is malfunctioning, or if the windows
video settings are set outside of the monitor's sync limits,
the monitor may turn off or display a warning message,
such as:

No sync, Out of range ... etc.

4) The repair situation (3), reboot windows into
safe mode:

a) Press Hardware Reset

b) After the power-on self-test (POST) and memory check
press and hold the F8 Key

c) Select Safe mode

d) Login to windows at low resolution

e) Right-click on the desktop, chose:

Properties -> Settings -> Set the correct resolution, apply
Click advanced -> monitor -> set the correct refresh rate.

Reboot normally

Hope this helps

Martin

PS, some monitors have dual inputs: VGA or DVI
make sure the correct input is selected, depending
on your cable (VGA is a 15 pin "D" connector,
DVI is a larger connector with many more FLAT pins)


Also some video cards have multiple outputs, which are
activated only if a correct monitor is attached BEFORE
reset.

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