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I have the same problem. "No Input Signal"

I am using an HP L1706 monitor... This issue happens at random times but I was able to fix them just by turning off my computer and for some reason when I check the back of the tower... reconnect and disconnect the VGA cable it'll work. But last night the problem happened again. I tried to do the same thing and it is still not working. Thinking that it's not the monitor or the VGA cable that's causing the problem I tried to connect my SAMSUNG SyncMaster 753 DFX monitor using also a different VGA cable. Still the same problem happened.

It might be the tower itself that's causing the problem. I've noticed that the motherboard's green LED is not lit. Though theres is power because all the fans are working. Even the GeForce 9500 GT fan is working.

Can it be the motherboard??? I'm using a FOXCONN G31MV Series motherboard, 4GB RAM, Core 2 Duo processor, 250GB SATA HDD, and a GEFORCE 9500GT video card.

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    Lawrence MacLaine May 11, 2010

    Rquesting a more detailed make of the video card please. Who is the maker? BFG, EVGA, that sort. I may have an answer then, hopefully.

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May be the power button get stuck when you pressing to switch on.just change the power button cable with reset button and see. also chek the **** aslo just remove it and clean it and fix it again.

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1024 reso is very very old. we long ago exceed this era.
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