If you are getting display problem then
1. Make sure your display (moniter, CRT
LCD, screen, whatever you prefer to call it) is plugged into a wall
outlet or power strip and powered on. Also ensure that it is securely
plugged into the back or bottom of your display. Many displays do not
have removable power cords, making them more prone to shorts and other
damage. Check your cable to make sure it isn't damaged.
sure the power strip or wall outlet that your display is plugged into
are functioning by plugging another electrical device, such as a lamp,
into it and switching it on.
3. Check the connection between your computer
and your display. Make sure that it is completely plugged into both as well as fastened with the attached screws.
To double-check any possible cable problems, if at all possible, swap
out the screen's power cord and the cable connecting your computer to
6. Swapping out your display is also a good way of
narrowing down the problem. If you get the same result with a different
display, then you can be near positive the problem is something in your
computer. If switching displays fixes it, then the culprit is a faulty
7. Try turning your display on and off. Does the power
indicator light change? Green means On, amber means Standby, and no
light means no power. If your display starts out green when it is
turned on, then goes to amber, that usually means that it is not
receiving any signal from your computer and therefore assumes it is not
needed. The problem is most likely not with the moniter but in the