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Re: Hp Compaq Fs7600
This is not a problem with your monitor.
This is a problem with your computer, or your internet connection.
Having said that, there are a ton of things that could cause your computer to act up, freeze and sputter.
I would say, backup your important files and reinstall the restore disc that should have come with your system. Either that, or find someone you know who's good at operating systems and software, and get them to correct your problem. I just don't have the patience for software problems.
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Hook a spare monitor to the computer, if no change! the Video Graphics Card is suspect usually built into the motherboard. But if spare shows picture, the problem lies in the HP monitor, as a last resort change the video cord from the computer to the monitor "if possible" to rule out something simple.
you can go to control panel / apperence and personalization in vista under this in the list is adjust resolution , you can also go thru the video drivers ( if you have a video card installed ) also some monitors have this setting you can change in the menu options . this should be almost if not the same as in windows7 .
Hi, it sounds like one or more pins on the video cable connector are bent. You can detach the video cable from the PC and check the pins, they should be straight, you might find that one is bent and shorting with the earth. I hope this helps.
this may be due to codec issues, there are special video and audio codecs needed to give sound to webbased films and videos. try downloding k-lite codec pack or xp-codec install, reboot and try to access youtube again!
check your video display drivers. this will cause issues with video display on monitors, look on your computer manufacturers site for the most up to date ones. then right click select properties while in the desktop, go to graphics options or graphics and check your resolution to make sure you have the highest possible settings for that monitor....
It happened that to me last year. After 2 weeks of cracking sound symptoms, my monitor begun to blackout - no video signal but the indicator light is still available. I checked it inside using my tester, one of its transistor was burned-out. I tried to replace it and its working up to now.
Possible cause of this is probably overuse of monitor without proper ventilation & cooling causing electronic components to overheat. Since I will not be able to actually check your monitor, the best solution for this is bring your monitor to a qualified TV/CRT technician in your area for proper diagnosis. He's the right expert and the second opinion to that kind of problem.