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When i turn on my pc the start up is desplayed on my lcd ag neovo f-417 monitor but when it goes to load the windows the screen goes blank

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Your memory has more than likely taken a vacation. This is the most common effect when it does and depending on the reasons for it deciding to no longer function for your computer, It may at times work (sluggishly so) but usually not. When it goes... it's generally gone out for the long haul. Your computer still sounds like it's working but the processor just cannot get signals past the memory. When installing memory, make sure that you are using prescribed RAM for your motherboard. Take care to not underscore the amount of Ram you install as some boards utilize onboard memory as it's casche in Video Chips.
Another prospect is that you lost Windows. Try reinstalling it but i'll bet that's not your problem as Windows is pretty good about trouble shooting itself and warning you of a problem. I learned it as..."NO WARNING...NO RAM".

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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Hi,
The problem could be caused due to high refresh rate or resolution settings on the video card that are not compatible with the monitor.

Restart the computer and keep tapping on the F8 screen before the windows starts to load. Highlight the option enable VGA mode and hit enter. Your windows would start with defualt settings for the video card. Check if the problem is still there. Otherwise lower the screen resolution and refresh rate according to the monitor you have.


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If tried the monitor on two other computers with the same result -- definitly your monitor is faulty. Take it to the repair shop. To make double sure, run your computer with another monitor. If everything is fine now; you can blame the monitor.

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Hi,
To resolve the problem,do the following step,
1. Power on the system
2. At dell logo screen before windows xp starts to load tap on the F8 key slowly 5 to 8 times
3. Select safe mode
4 Hit enter on the next screen and logon using the administrator or your name
5. Do the system restore, when you have logged on, this would return your system back to the date when it was working fine
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click start>all programs>accessories>system tools >system restore



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Try other monitor(which is working fine) to your pc,if it work...it means your monitor gone bad.

If it doesn't work.. try to connect your neovo f-419 to the other pc to check if it is working.....,if it does,your pc's videochip/videocard or badmotherboard may cause the problem

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Trying to regester new purchase of 17" LCD monitor. Please help AG Neovo


Go to http://www.agneovo.com/global/support/services.htm# and click on Online Registration. A window will pop up, so if you have a popup blocker turned on, either disable it before going there, or click on the bar that appears just under the address line to temporarily allow popups. Then click on Online Registration again, and you should be able to complete the necessary info. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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This means the output from the computer is running at a higher resoloution then the monitor can support.'
Try this:
  1. Start the computer
  2. When the bois page vanishes, start pressing F8
  3. You will get a Windows Startup options page
  4. If instead you see the Windows Logo screen, just hit reset and try again.
  5. On the options page select "Safe Mode" press enter twice
  6. When Windows has loaded, right click on the desktop and select "Desplay Properties" Another window will pop up.
  7. Select Display Properties on the last tab at the top of this window.
  8. There will be a slider on the left side near the bottom, slide it left to about 800x600, press Apply then OK.
  9. Restart Windows
That should solve the issue =)

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