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the projector is flaw
something wrong with the mother board of the projector
something wrong with the interface board (video board)
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Have you try troubleshoot with working monitor, display card or your matherboard and processor,
Usually no display problem occur becouse of one hardware between monitor, ram, motherboard, displaycard and can be your processor problems.
You can try troubleshooting one by one of your computer hardware to get problem occur
First check your num lock led if it on and off when you press num lock key then your cpu is ok. Then therer is issue with monitor to cpu loose connection or Screen resolution problem. For that when you power up press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode.then go to control panel and dispaly then settings then change screeen resolution to 1024*768 then apply and ok. Aslo reconnect connection from monitor to cpu vga port. Also check in bios some times your harddisk is not detected proeprly. If problem still remains open cpu cabinet and reconnect data cable and power cable to harddisk. Refix RAM memory. Pull cmos cell for 15 minutes then check. Thanks for using fixya. Pls rate solution if it help you .
swap monitors if monitor is same dell brand then its the monitor. otherwise you can buy a Video card PROVIDED that you can disable from setup the MOBO video card, and install drivers, also speaking of drivers try uninstalling the video and monitor drivers first !! the do mon swap, finally new vid card .
funky things can happen to drivers, esp improper shutting down windows like flip a power switch or not having a UPS and computer shuts down during a power outage or storm. seen this happen as well.
Hello, If you are running DVI-D(the white connector) then it isn't getting a digital handshake. If you have inspected the connection between the 2 and make sure there is no bent pins inside the connector that it mates with. If you have another computer, try to connect to that one. Open windows start menu, right click on my computer, then choose properties. Next choose Hardware, then Device manager. Once there, double click on display adapters to see if installed correctly. If good, click Monitors. If good, then your video card driver must need reinstall or update as usual. Also do you have the correct driver for you monitor? How does it react when you uninstall the monitor driver(can you select 32bit and higher resolution in default drivers? If none of this works, I would suspect that the replaced component failed due to static or faulty components within the electronics. Is there any other changes to the PC (new video card, updated Directx9.0?)
Hope this helps and let me know if I can be of anymore assistance?
No signal on screen means that there is no input for your monitor from the PC.
1. There might be problem in your PC or in the cable connected to PC from monitor.
2. Your PC might damage that it could not send signal to the monitor.
2.1 In your Motherboard might be faulty in the VGA chips.
2.2 In your Motherboard's SMPS mean power supply.
I think you can got my point. If you are tech person it will help you, otherwise you should take a tour to any service centre.
Hey there alcouto, your motherboard supports Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium 4, and Intel Pentium D processors. The socket set is LGA775. The FSB should be no higher than 800Mhz. It appears you have purchased the wrong CPU for your board. I hope the rest of the info helps you on your next purchase. Good Luck!