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HCL Monitor type HCM580M display problem

After complete installation of Windows XP, display is not coming on monitor while power switch is ON, if we turn OFF power switch of monitor and reset the machine. after complete loading of operating system, then we turn ON our monitor then display comes. i am facing this problem three to four system in my office, during installation display was on screen but after completion display is OFF. once again if we do switch OFF monitor and start the CPU, after complete loading of Operating System we can ON our monitor then display will come sure. if our monitor is ON already to start the CPU then display will not come

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  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    Anytime I reboot the system the Power button is blue but the screen stays black. The only way to get it to work is to unplug the cord for the computer and plug it back in.

  • dave344 Mar 23, 2009

    This monitor has become flakey. The monitor screen will go black. I have to smack it around a little and sometimes I turn it on and off then it will come on. It is intermittent and it does not work more than it does work. Does any one have an answer for this?

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The monitor screen will go black. I have to smack it around a little and sometimes I turn it on and off then it will come on. It is intermittent and it does not work more than it does work. Does any one have an answer for this?

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Start Windows in SAFE mode.
To start windows in safe mode keep on pressing F8 key when you switch on computer.
Once it starts in safe mode.
Goto display properties and change resolution to minimum and restart the system.

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The BIOS for your display adapter might not allow a resolution higher than 640 × 480 with 16 colors.
Contact the display adapter manufacturer to find out whether there is an updated video BIOS for your display adapter that supports higher resolution.Does upgrading the video BIOS solve the problem?


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    1. Follow the steps in the printed copy of the procedure.
    2. After your computer restarts, reopen this troubleshooter and answer each question as you answered it initially.When you reach this page again, answer the question at the bottom, and then click Next.If the wrong driver is specified for your display adapter (video card), you might have problems installing your monitor or increasing the video resolution above 640 × 480 with 16 colors.To find out whether a better driver is availableOpen Display Properties in Control Panel. Click the Settings tab, click Advanced, and then click the Adapter tab. Click Properties, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver.Click Install the software automatically (Recommended). Follow the instructions in the Hardware Update Wizard to search for a better display adapter driver. Restart your computer if you are prompted to do so. NoteTo open Display Properties, click Start, click Control Panel, click Appearance and Themes, and then click Display.You might be able to download an updated driver from Windows Update. To go to the Window Update Web site, click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Update. If an updated driver is available, follow the instructions for downloading the software to your computer and installing it. If the driver is not installed automatically, use the procedure above to locate and install the driver on your computer.
Does installing the correct driver for your display adapter solve the problem?Does Windows support your display adapter?To determine whether your display adapter (video card) is supportedCheck the Windows Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) in Help & Support.If your display adapter is supported, the HCL might include notes about it or links to updated drivers. Download any new drivers that are available. NotesIf you follow this link, when you return to this troubleshooter you will have to start over from the beginning and answer each question as you answered it initially. You must be connected to the Internet to view the HCL. If you do not have Web access, contact the manufacturer of your display adapter to find out if it is compatible with Windows XP. If your display adapter is not on the HCL, or is listed but is not shown as being compatible with Windows XP, Microsoft does not provide support or drivers for it. Contact the adapter manufacturer, or visit the manufacturer's Web site, to obtain a driver that is compatible with Windows XP.
Does Windows support your display adapter?If it is supportedDecrease the hardware acceleration setting. ImportantThe following procedure might require you to restart your computer, which will close this troubleshooter. If possible, view this troubleshooter on another computer while you perform the steps on the computer you are troubleshooting.
  • To continue troubleshooting if no other computer is available
    1. Right-click the page displayed on your screen, and then click Print.
    2. Follow the steps in the printed copy of the procedure.
    3. After your computer restarts, reopen this troubleshooter and answer each question as you answered it initially.When you reach this page again, answer the question at the bottom, and then click Next.To decrease hardware accelerationOpen Display Properties in Control Panel. Click the Settings tab, click Advanced, and then click the Troubleshooting tab. Drag the Hardware acceleration slider to the left.
  1. Click OK, and then click OK again.
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Does decreasing hardware acceleration solve the problem?
If not resolveIs the BIOS for your display adapter out of date?
The BIOS for your display adapter might not allow a resolution higher than 640 × 480 with 16 colors.
Contact the display adapter manufacturer to find out whether there is an updated video BIOS for your display adapter that supports higher resolution.Does upgrading the video BIOS solve the problem?

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