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Will come on-then say no signal

I have windows xp the monitor will only activate so far when computor comes up- then says "no signal"

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  • CharlieBob Apr 19, 2008

    Installed Sony SDN-HS 75P monitor. Always get NO SIGNAL. Using an ATI Radeon Graphics card.

  • unyjo Jun 10, 2008

    I have the same problem as Janetty what can I do?

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Mark Said: If this dosn't work, then post back and we will try something else.
Doesnt Work Reinstalled 5 times now. Still get NO SIGNAL. Both monitor cords are attached to Sony Monitor.
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If you mean the monitor is fine during the Windows booting process and then just as your about to go into Windows goes black then do this...

Start the computer
When the bios screen goes start pressing F8
A Windows Startup screen will appear
If you see the Windows Logo (the loading one) then hit reset and try again
At the Windows Startup page, select Safe Mode and press enter twice.

Windows will now load. Go into Device Manager (Start-Settings-Control Panel-System-Device Manager)
Select the video card, and uninstall it.
Restart Windows
Reinstall your video card using the Installer package (if it's ATI or nVidia)

If this dosn't work, then post back and we will try something else

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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