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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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Monitor has no display

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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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