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Check your 12v DC adapter and see if that has a good connection. Have the unit check to see if it has 12v DC coming out of it, just by using a multi meter that should confirm it has power or not. Now if the adapter is good then then you might have an issue with the lower board a possible open fuse or a defective computer board,but lets go with simple first.

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Trying to connect computer to LCD TV and get no signal?


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If you are trying to connect computer to LCD TV and get no signal, as a first thing do the following:

Double check cable and connection. If possible test different connections. Try using VGA, DVI or AV, depending on availability on computer and TV.

Ensure that Video drivers on computer are properly installed, and that the video adapter is working properly.

If you are using a laptop, ensure that you do not need to use a function button to enable the external display, this is pretty common on laptops.

If you are using a desktop, go to display properties, find the windows where you get the picture of two monitors, and ensure that both monitors are enabled.

On Vista try also using the 'Identify Monitor' button on Top. It is located on same properties panel as the two monitor, the main Display Property windows. From the same window you can also modify display resolution, as explained later.

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If still no luck, then it may be a problem of synchronization between TV and computer, in that case try the following.

  1. Turn off TV.
  2. Disconnect TV power cord.
  3. Restart computer.
  4. With Computer already on, plug back and restart TV.


....If that does not work.


On computer, go to display properties.

First try changing computer resolution. The TV max resolution may not be available on computer. In that case try lowering down to the smallest 16:9 resolution available on computer graphic settings (usually LCD TVs are 16:9), and if that does not work, set resolution to 800x600, just to test (picture proportion will be distorted, or you get squared box on a 16:9 TV).



If that does not work, open Display Properties. In Display Properties access Advanced, and then Monitor settings (XP). On Vista choose Personalize in control panel, then Display Settings, and go straight to Monitor Settings, in there again go to Advanced.

Under the advanced monitor settings you will find a tab called monitor, in there you find the monitor frequency. Try setting this to 50Hz, if that does not work try 100 HZ, that is the output frequency of your TV. If you get unsupported frequency, revert value to normal.

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on Jan 17, 2010 | Televison & Video

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My LP130 wont show my computer screen, i think its all hooked up right. Bulb fine.


Activate the external screen connector on your computer. If you are in windows, go to Start - Control Panel - Display and you should see two displays connected to the computer. Set the computer to CLONE the internal display and you should now see the second display on your screen. If this does not work, please tell me you Computer make and model as well as you operating system and I will walk you through the setup for the hot-key that activates your display.

May 27, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The computer boots but there's no display


check the display properties for dual monitor settings in

display properties>settings> check all options

I think it is set for external display u change to dual display. then both displays can work. or there is some display symbol of some function key. check that and press

Jun 17, 2010 | Acer Aspire One Netbook 8.9" Notebook

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Power ok but display not ok


I would suggest that initially you try the monitor on another computer or laptop first to rule out the display itself.

If you are using it on a laptop then just check you didn't accidental switch to another display (FN + F5) cycles through the displays.

If you are using it on a regular computer that has more than one monitor port then try it in the other ports first just in case it is set for an on-board display or in the case of a proper video card that it is not in the wrong port.

If The display is fine on another computer and it does not work on any of the ports then and only then should you look at checking out the display card.

First off you should switch off the computer and remove the card and then re-insert it and then re-check fora display.

Also listen carefully as you switch the computer on.
there may be beeping that would indicate the card itself may be at fault..

May 07, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 540N 15" LCD Monitor

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My newer flat screen monitor went black but works fine when hooked up to another computer and I have an older monitor that I hooked up and the older one works fine...??


That sounds like a display/resolution setting problem on your PC. I doubt there is anything actually wrong with the PC or the monitor, since both work with different combinations, so its most likely just a setting.

Some monitors don't display anything when they get a signal/resolution that is not compatible with their displays. I would try changing the display settings on your computer with your old monitor, then switch monitors and see if your newer monitor works.

Here's how to adjust the display resolution:
If in XP, right-click on the desktop and go to Properties, and select the tab for display settings and adjust/lower the resolution. If in Vista/Win7 right-click the desktop and select Screen Resolution/Display Settings and adjust it there.

Feb 15, 2010 | Rosewill R900J 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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No display


1., First step, try your display with an another computer.
2., Then try your computer with an another display and see if the problem persists.
Solution:-If the display works with an another computer then your VGA card on your computer is damaged and you have to change it.
OR
-If your computer works with an another computer then the power supply unit in your display is damaged and you have to find an expert for
repair the display or buy a new one.

Feb 05, 2010 | HP Vs17 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor

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THE COMPUTER IS IN A POWER SAVING MODE


I think you mean, your display is in power saving mode, this happens when there is no signal from the computer - the display then goes to powersaving mode, try restarting your computer, if it doesn't turn on the display. try the display on another computer to see if your display works.

if your display works with anohter computer, try it again on the problem machine, if its still in the power saving mode, then its not turning on, the computer is not turning on-

I would suggest to get a local friend or a tech to look into your computer and find the issue, if your handy with screwdrivers and know your way inside the computer, then you could take the case open and reseat the memory. try without any memory, then try with just one memory module. Then put them all back in, if this doesn't help, its not a memory related problem.

to save time i recommend you take the computer to a local professional.

Jul 15, 2009 | LG L1915S 19" LCD Monitor

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Dell 6000 laptop screen blanks out - bought new screen


Hi,
ManualsBack to Contents Page
Display Assembly and Display LatchDell Inspiron™ 6000 Service Manual
Display Assembly
Display Bezel
Display Panel
Display Latch

Display AssemblyRemoving the Display AssemblyCAUTION: Before you perform the following procedures, see the safety instructions in the Product Information Guide.NOTICE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface (such as the back panel) on the computer.NOTICE: To avoid damaging the system board, you must remove the main battery before you begin working inside the computer.
  1. Follow the instructions in "Preparing to Work Inside the Computer."

  2. Remove the hinge cover.

  3. Remove the keyboard.

  4. Open the display all the way (180 degrees) so that it lies flat against your work surface.

  5. Remove the four M2.5 x 5-mm screws (two on each side) that connect the display assembly to the computer.

  6. Loosen the screw that connects the grounding wire to the system board.

  7. Use the pull-tab to disconnect the display cable from the system board.

  8. If a wireless Mini PCI card is installed, disconnect the antenna cables from the card.

  9. Lift the display assembly from the computer.

Apr 06, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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