Question about HP Pavilion A6430F Desktop PC
You monitor can't pick the signal from the output video card, you need to remove the VGA cable and again put it back, but make sure that your PC isn't power on. After you have done this, reboot the system. You'll see that there is no more problem with the display. Sometimes this problem is caused by CPU overclocking, if the problem still persists, remove the BIOS battery and leave it outside for at least five minutes and put it back. That'll solve all the problems related to display. Good luck...
Posted on May 10, 2010
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