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Monitor internal card

I accidentally removed the card from the motherboard and now my monitor will not read when plugged back in to the slot. heellpp

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Re: monitor internal card

Check if you have an ONBOARD VGA change ports~ set the bios on AGP mode then that's it

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Re: monitor internal card

Try a different PCI slot unless it is a specific AGP board or specific video slot on the motherboard, maybe the slots blown.

You can try reseting the video ram incase the drivers have become corrupt, you would need to research how to do that on the net as its different per machine which keys to hold down on restart.

Failing this try a different video card !

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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My monitor says :"No signal" What is the problem?

To help you troubleshoot the monitor 'No Signal' issue, please find the steps given below:
- Turn off your computer.
- Unplug the cable running from your monitor to your PC and plug it back in, making sure the connection is firm. The most common cause of this error is a loose cable.
- Re-attach the cable running from your monitor to your PC. If the monitor is still not displaying a signal after firmly reattaching the cable, the problem could lie with the cable, especially if the cable has visible damage.
- Replace your monitor with another monitor if possible. If the 'No Signal' error still appears, the problem does not rest with the cables or the monitor, but with your PC.
- Open your PC case and locate your video card. Remove the card and then replace it firmly in its slot or, if possible, insert the video card into another slot on your motherboard. A video card that is not making a firm connection will not display images to the monitor. Close your PC case and test the monitor again.
- Replace your video card completely. Your video card may suffer from internal damage that is not allowing it to output a signal.
If issue persists, it is recommended to contact your monitor manufacturer for further assistance.

Jun 13, 2016 | AG Neovo SX-17P SX-17P 17" LCD Monitor 3...

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What to do when your monater says no signal analog

WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. - rules
Test all power and data leads that attach to your hard drive IDE,SATA
the leads from your (motherboard to your hard drive) make sure they have secure dust free connections and are not faulty
if its a 40 pin flat ribbon type it will be the first to fail
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd and floppy have secure connections and are not faulty
even something as small as a faulty electrical fan and its lead can cause you problems
computers need all power and data to continue through every working device and to have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer error
Check your RAM.
The RAM is located in the middle of the motherboard.
There are tabs that you can push to release the RAM.
Remove it and put it back in place until the tabs pop out.
Loose RAM can cause your computer not to start properly where you want to see a video signal.
Make sure your graphics card is securely seated with no dust built up or in the socket
if you remove your graphics check the socket to make sure its dust free
Restart your computer then reinstall it this should activate found new hardware wizard
Check the vga lead for secure dust free connection or try another vga lead.
If you have used a desktop computer or have a dual-monitor setup, you have likely seen the "No-input Signal" error message on your computer monitor.
The error message may point to a number of culprits.
Accordingly, the solutions run from simple to complex.
Prior to attempting advanced troubleshooting methods, check the connection first.
Power off the computer and the monitor.
Remove the cable that connects the monitor with the computer, then reseat it.
Try a different port, if possible, then reboot the computer.

Connect the monitor to another computer if possible to eliminate the monitor as the faulty hardware.
Shut down the computer.
Remove all cables and devices plugged into the computer.
Make a note of the port into which your monitor is plugged.

Remove the left side panel when facing the front of the case.
Unscrew screws or manipulate latches to remove the side panel.
This process varies according to the type of case you have.
Please consult your manual if you are unsure of how to remove the side panel.
Attach the antistatic wrist bracelet's clip to a metal object, then ******** the bracelet.
Locate your video card.
(This will be the card that contains the port with which your monitor interfaces.)
Remove the slot cover screw that secures the card into the slot.

Remove any power cables that connect the video card to the power supply.
Pull the card out of the slot.
Examine the gold pins to check for any damage.
Reseat the card if it physically appears to be undamaged.
You should hear a click once the card is secure in the slot.

Screw in the slot cover screw.
Attach the power cable from the power supply unit, if applicable.

Leave the case open for now.
Reconnect only the monitor, power cable and any devices required to boot the computer, then restart the computer.

Shut down the computer again if you receive the "No-input Signal" error message again.
Remove any cables and devices you plugged in to restart the machine.

Remove the video card with a spare or replacement by following the instructions above.
Connect necessary cables and devices to reboot the computer, then restart it.
Shut down the computer and remove cables and devices if the display still won't work.
Unplug the power supply's cables from all devices on the motherboard.
Make a note of each plug-in so that you can correctly connect all devices with the new power supply.

Remove the screws that mount the power supply.
Fit the new power supply into the mounting area, and screw in all screws.

Attach all required power cables to devices connected to the motherboard.
Attach the cables and devices required to start the computer.

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My monitor has a pink color to it, i.e., I open a word document and the paper looks a very light pink. I already checked the cables and they are not loose. I even took the monitor back to the store for an...

This is most likely a defective cable. I know that you said you checked and it was not loose, but this sounds like the cable is damaged internally. VGA cables are similar to Component cables except all in one bundle, same with HDMI, etc. etc. Try another cable, if you get the same result, the last option will be the Video Card in your computer. If you are using a Video Card that plugs into the Motherboard, (PCI, PCIe, AGP) then you need to make sure that it is FULLY plugged into the slot and not loose. If you have video that is built right into the Motherboard, you may have to replace the Motherboard if none of the other steps have worked. Always make sure you have the latest drivers for your Video Card and Motherboard. Updating your drivers can help with many problems.

Jun 09, 2011 | AOC 917Sw 19" LCD Monitor

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One Cinema Display on my monitor does not work

you have to install an AGP card of 8X into an AGP slot of the motherboard. because motherboard has no memory to internal display card thats why it happens

Apr 02, 2010 | Apple Cinema Display 23" HD Monitor

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I can't get the 1440x900 configuration on an HP with the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver

install an AGP card into an AGP slot because internal display card of motherboard does not support to high resolution .use 8X AGP card for better result dont use updated version like windows 7 or vista drivers may not support

Mar 31, 2010 | Niko 1906W LCD Monitor

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My monitor is making high frequency noise

Install an AGP card into an AGP slot .because motherboard with internal display card does not support high resolution use 8X AGP card for better result

Mar 31, 2010 | Hansol 730E 17" CRT Monitor

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When I turn my monitor on, the green power button comes on and then turns to amber. Nothing will display. What should I try

You need to check your video card. Check if it is still ok and functioning properly. You can also try checking your memory card. that are the two pieces usually causes that problem. Try this :

1. Double check the cable that connects the monitor and video card. Remove the connection of your monitor to your CPU (the video card cable is what i mean) then turn on your monitor. If the monitor displays a message like this " Check signal cable" it means it is working fine and there is a problem in your CPU.

2. This step is just for PC that are using PCIE or AGP video card,not built in there motherboard. Remove your video card if you have a PCIE or AGP video card, using an eraser (pencil eraser) you can clean the connectors of your video card (the coppers that is use to connect it to motherboard).

3. Try to remove your memory card. And the same as what you do in your video card, use an eraser to clean up the copper connector of your memory.

4. Put it all back in place. Make sure it is properly connected. Then turn on your computer.

If your monitor is still not working, you may use an internal speaker so that you can check if there is a problem in your motherboard.

If you don't know the meaning of the beeps try to read my tips and tricks i have the beep codes there..

Feb 27, 2010 | Computer Monitors

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Old monitor wont switch on

hi friend,
First, try connecting your monitor to a known good PC, possibly the old laptop you are using now. If the monitor works, the problem is with the video card in your PC. If the monitor does not come on, it is the monitor. It is usually cheaper to purchase a new monitor than to have an old one repaired, unless the monitor is still under warranty.

Try plugging a known good monitor to your PC. If the monitor works, your old monitor is fried and needs to be replaced.

If Your monitor works when connected to another PC, the problem could be your video card. First, then you turn on your PC, do the power supply and case cooling fans run. If they don't, it could be the power supply.

Next, open the computer case. Before you do anything inside, unplug the power.

IMPORTANT!! Touch any metal portion of the computer case to ground yourself to the PC. The slightest static spark can destroy computer circuits.

If the video card is the card type that plugs into a slot on the motherboard, remove the retaining screw or fastener at the top of the card, carefully remove the card, handling the card by the edges as to not disturb the circuits on the card, and re-install the card. Sometimes simply re seating the card corrects the problem.

If that doesn't work, replace the video card with a similar type card. Maybe now is a good time for a video card upgrade.

If the video card is integrated into the motherboard, you can only install a new card into one of the PCI slots on the motherboard. When the PC boots for the first time, go into bios and disable the on board video card. hope this helps u
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Nov 25, 2009 | Computer Monitors

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I installed a new video card in my system. I am not getting any picture on my screen. I contacted dell and it was determend that I might need some assistance from you. can you help

Hi there ok you can try this first turn off the computer unplug the powercord from the computer , remove the monitor cable then open the case, remove the card and ensure that the slot is free of any debris canned air works good for this now now press the card back into the slot firmly and dont forget to put the screw back in if it has one now find the powersupply cable that hooks into the motherboard and unplug it and wait about 10 seconds now press the power on button on the front for 5 seconds this will clear the system now put the connector back into the motherboard and ensure that all of the cables are firmly into place hook up the monitor cable back up and put the power cord back into the computer and turn on the monitor and turn on the computer and see what happnes ok this should help if not let me know there is still things we can check ok best regards mike

Feb 16, 2009 | X2Gen MG19MY 19" LCD Monitor

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Wont stay on

I have the same monitor with the same problem, it would keep restarting up. I found 2 identical 470uF 25V caps that had vented and failed on the power supply board next to the edge. I replaced these and the monitor now works fine.

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