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Monitor not receiving signal from affected computer but works well with other PCs. 12/12/07-received a critical update from MS-after update installed correctly the situation became critical. The computer powers up and power supply is working correctly. Tried clearing CMOS just in case updated chamged configuration settings. Still receiving original message from monitor. Cannot enter BIOS.

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HP TSGH-IR02 Remote Control how to install

This document pertains to HP Media Center computers with Windows XP, Media Center Edition.Use this document when the remote control does not work correctly with the Media Center software.Troubleshooting the remote controlUse the following items to troubleshoot when the remote control does not respond or when the remote control does not work properly. For example, when a key is pressed the selection moves all the way to the top or bottom of a list, or moves a selection many different places instead of the item you were trying to select.Before attempting these steps, make sure that PC has been updated with all of the latest Windows updates. Many updates for Media Center, like Update Rollup 1 for eHome Infrared Receiver, can be downloaded easily through the Windows Update software Tool.
Make sure that the batteries for the remote control are installed correctly and charged.Make sure that the front of the remote sensor is unobstructed, within a 45-degree range, and is less than 26 feet (8 meters) away. Disconnect all devices that use a USB connection except to the receiver, keyboard, and mouse. Restart the PC, and then try the remote again.If a pressed button repeats itself (sticks), unplug the IR receiver from its USB connection, wait one minute, and plug in the IR receiver. If the pressed buttons continue to repeat, alter the lighting conditions in the room or move the location of the IR receiver. Other remotes and HP Media Center PCs within range can also cause this issue.Try pressing the Enter key on the remote after changing a channel.If the remote control works when using the media center software, but does not work when changing the television channels, re-configure the Media Center software settings for the cable set-top box or satellite receiver
Point the remote control towards the IR receiver and press a button. A faint red light should appear on the IR receiver. If the light appears, then the problem is probably in the software that is using the remote control (most likely the configuration of the Media Center software). Close the software, restart the computer, and then re-open the software to solve this issue.

Troubleshooting the IR receiverThe IR receiver is the small device that receives the signals sent by the remote control. Use the following steps to test and reset the IR receiver.Disconnect the IR receiver from its USB port on the computer, maximize the Media Center window if it is open, and then reconnect the IR receiver. Test again.Point the remote control towards the IR receiver and press a button. A faint red light should appear on the IR receiver. If the light appears, then the problem is probably in the software that is using the IR receiver (most likely the Media Center software). Close the software, restart the computer, and then re-open the software to solve this issue.Click Start , right-click My Computer , and then select Properties .Click the Hardware tab and then click the Device Manager button.Click the plus sign next to Universal Serial Bus Controllers.If the eHome Infrared Receiver is listed under Universal Serial Bus controllers, Windows is properly detecting the IR receiver. If eHome Infrared Receiver is not in the list, or there is an exclamation mark or a question mark on the device, perform the following until eHome Infrared Receiver appears correct in Device manager:Unplug the end of the USB cable on the IR receiver from the computer and plug it into the same USB port.Plug the end of the USB cable on the IR receiver into the front USB port on the computer.Disconnect all other USB devices, leave the IR receiver plugged in, and then restart the computer. Plug in other USB devices after the IR receiver shows up in device manager.Figure 1: IR receiver listing in Device Manager

Testing the remote controlUse the following steps to check the responsiveness of the remote control:
  1. Open the Media Center software by double-clicking the Media Center icon the desktop or by pressing the green Start button on the remote control.
  2. Click Settings , and then click General .
  3. Click Check Your Remote , and then click Next .
  4. Press the numbers on your remote control. The corresponding numbers on the numbers on the screen should glow when each button is pressed. A faint red light should also glow inside the IR receiver each time a button on the remote pressed.
  5. Click My control is working properly , and then click Next . Do not click I am having problems with my remote control as this will not do anything.
  6. Click Finish after you are done.

Dec 17, 2011 | HP Motherboards

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When OS starts I received an over range signal and my monitor turns black

1. restart your computer
2. change it to safe mode
3. change your screen resolution to lower
4. save and restart . .

have a nice day

May 10, 2011 | Motherboards

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I run the computer lab at Discovery School. One of our monitors keeps changing colors every second. Blue red green..... and so on. Please help right away.

This usually happens when it is not receiving a signal from your computer.
Make sure the VGA cable is plugged into the monitor and PC correctly, try it with a cable from another monitor if you can disconnect the cable, or try that monitor on a different PC.

Sep 30, 2010 | Motherboards

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My audio devices are not workig after installing driver for windows xp sp2

if u r having isues with the sound system of ur PC then most probably the IRQ of the sound chip is new driver can fix it....specially if u were using WinXP Sp2 and auto update patch from Microsoft made some critical changes to the system files and this IRQ of sound chip was one of the components that was affected....MS knows about it and they cant rectify many users all over the world have already suffered due to this stupidity...."can we call it professional strategy" to make people move from their old systems to new PCs with MS new Win7 OS...well think about much e-waste was added in the past 2 yrs on this earth...due to this stupid strategy....pls give it a thought...and we still love BillGates and his loussy MS.....
the best alternative is to buy this sound adaptor on Ebay for 1$'s called USB Sound Adaptor, just connect your speakers to works...even i am on to this USB sound i am too affected by the loussy strategy from MS....i tried all kinds of sound drivers to fix my sound adaptor for 6 months.....untill i found this adaptor....on ebay....

pls revert back...and leave a feedback and this solution....



Sep 30, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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Monitor not reicieving signal

this will work as usaully the graphic card has built in software aslong as u connected to internet the driver will install it self

Jan 13, 2010 | EPoX EP-8KRA2+ Motherboard

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Integrated Visual (VGA).. Not sending signal

One never knows what settings the manufacture set the board to. So clear your bios. See the page 1-16 in your manual. Doing this should reset the bios to default settings. The onboard VGA graphics controller should send video to your monitor. If you still don't receive display the problem is with the bios or the graphics controller. Your board is no longer warranted. However you can buy an updated bios chip from Asus. Call 812-282-2787 M-F 8:00AM-5:00PM. Have your serial number ready. You'll find that number on a sticker over the LPT port. I already went to Asus online estore to see if they had a new bios but no such luck;

Good luck!

Oct 15, 2009 | ASUS A8N-VM Motherboard

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Monitor seems defectived and needs replacement.

Jul 18, 2009 | Intel SE7520AF2 (SC5300AF2NA) Motherboard

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I just installed a new sapphire radeon atlantis 9600 pro video card 256GB ... everything installed and ran well until it the monitor will not receive signal

check the bios and make sure that the onbord video is disabled, pull battery off the motherboard and reset everything if nothing else works, Be sure to plug monitor into the onboard video card so u can access the bios, also check that cable is snug at both ends(i know silly but you would be amazed) if stilll nothing fallback on other videocard and test new card in another computer, was the videocard seated snugly and tightened down good?

Jul 15, 2009 | ASUS P4S800-MX Motherboard

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No signal to monitor

Hi there
first what i would do if this has a video card installed ''' is to turn off the computer and monitor and unplug both the power cords and the cable for the monitor than open the case and remove the video card and check to make sure that it is all right clean off the gold edges with a eraser and make sure to clean it off really good then install it into a nother port if available and put everything back together and than turn on the monitor and than turn on the computer and see if the monitor light turns green and if so you should be good to go ok please let me know how this works for you there is still more that i can do if needed ok
best regardds mike

Feb 17, 2009 | AMD MicroStar KT3 Ultra Socket A ATX...

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Annoying digital audio output in windows vista

You probably just need to update the audio drivers for that MB to use with Vista.

And it just so happens that MSI's download page for that motherboard has only 1 updated driver for the Vista OS, and that driver update is

Hope that helps, and if it does, please remember to rate this solution!

Jan 04, 2008 | MSI K8N Neo4-F Motherboard

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