Hi: I read your answer to the missing VGA Cable for the LCD monitor and was wondering if I take a VGA Cable from a CRT montitor and swap out the white 28 pin female connector from inside the monitor while matching the pin wires to those listed in your last post should it work?
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Hello Sales, hi, try to reconnect the VGA cable from the PC, and wiggle it a little and see if the green tinge thing disappears on screen, if it does there are loose contacts, you can also try to replace you VGA cable, see if it solve the color problem.
Hello Devsi, hi, check your VGA cable connection for loose connections, try tighten it first to see if it solves the problem. the greenish thing is cause by a missing red signal, and the distortion is caused by a missing horizontal sync signal, also check out if there are bent pins on your monitor signal cable. just unplug the VGA cable and see if the pins are in order. if bent, carefully straighten it with a slim slotted screw driver.
The fluorescent lamp has failed.
The LCD monitor has a "backlight" in order to illuminate the video images that you see.
It may be too costly to repair, since it may break again after repair.
New LCD monitors start at just under $100.
Quick fix, if you are brave:
With an open palm (not the PDA), whack the side of the monitor gently or not so gently to see if it works.
If so, you can either replace the monitor or put up with a sore palm.
this will be the onboard VGA adaptor ( driver Missing Corrupt ) there are a couple of things to Try.
1:- remove power from Computer, Locate the Cmos battery ( small round battery that stores Bios Info ) remove battery for 10 seconds. replace. power up and boot.
2:- If your computer has an onboard graphics card Slot. AGP/Pci-express. add an additional card, and attempt to run on that card. to boot the computer, enabling you to re-install the corrupt/missing vga driver.
Hi, this may not be solution for what you ask but rong signal can or mayset u monitor on flames it hapined to me, why? hold on to old cable whan you can go and get new one, if you say you cant find, then get a moltetester chack the each ends pin to pin for contanuity. good luck
brucemeyer, Are you missing the Whole "lay on the floor black box switch mode power supply" thing, and not just "a cable"? Gee, those monitors aren't very good without their DC voltage source!!
You could always use a car battery, but then all you need to do is figure out where positive and negative plugs into the monitor. Remember This IF you get it Wrong, you could DESTROY the monitor forever!!!! The best bet for you will be to contact Taxan service and get a recommended substitute SMPS brick supply. Hmmm???? I wonder where the original went? I'm louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel@ aol.com
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1. Check the cable connection to your PC. It might be disconnected.
2. If your have more then one cable input on your LCD monitor(VGA or DVI) check if you selected correct input; digital for DVI or analog for VGA.