Question about HP w1907 LCD Monitor
Check the connections on the backside of ur computer.. are the connections inserted properly.. if they are still try to remove and reinsert the connections properly and tighten up the screws properly.. 2) there is a possibility that the graphic card is not seated properly.. so remove the graphic card and reinsert it once again to check that.. 3) still no go then .. remove the graphic card and try to boot computer with onboard graphics.. if the computer boots up there can be a problem with the graphic card.. check compatibility of the graphic card with ur computer.. let me know if this resolves ur issue regards, guru
Posted on May 07, 2010
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