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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The no input VGA signal just means that the monitor is not receiving anything from the graphic card on the tower. Is the card a digital (DVI) output card? You'll know by the connector, it's white and slightly wider than a standard VGA connector. If so, perhaps the monitor is set to the wrong input?
If that isn't the case, and the computer is using an on-board or built-in graphics controller, you could try resetting the system's CMOS settings by setting the clear-settings jumper on the system board, or simply remove the plug and CMOS battery for a few minutes. Check the computer's documentation on the exact steps to do this.
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Posted on May 19, 2009
DVI - VGA cable adapter. One side is DVI and the other is VGA. Connect VGA side to your pc's video output and then plug the DVI cable to the other
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
This sounds like a video card driver issue or the card it self. Make sure all cables are plugged in snug. Once done try to boot in to safe mode by restarting the computer and while it is starting keep on tapping key F8 and choose safe mode. If this works it is driver issue. If nothing happens it is the card it self. Might have to take it to a authorized repair shop. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: I turn my computer on
May be in "RAM". Did you tried by removing the RAM. If not try this remove the RAM and wipe up the dust and fit it again.
And If you do not get the single initial beep, that means the motherboard is not working and that's why you don't get a display. No initial (POST) beep indicates a hardware problem, usually (but not always) with the power supply or motherboard.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
SOURCE: When I turn my computer
The symptoms you described is common in fault mobo or VGA card.But VGA doesn,t turn bad so easy.I suggest to change your mobo first.
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Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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