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Hp monitor blinking blue light

How the @#$% do you get the monitor working again

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  • sox girl Jun 21, 2008

    I have an old G4 (not eMac though) And I have had the same problem. I used the monitor and it worked 2 times and then I too got the blinking blue light only. When you first boot up the Mac the "analog" "digital" goes back and forth, but it does that with my laptop also. The monitor works fine with my laptop (digital) but not the desktop (analog). Anyway, after it did not come back on I tried unplugging the card and re-inserting it. Checked all the cables and such and came to the conclusion that my card went bad. So I replaced the card with the same on that was in there and again... it worked 2 times and now won't come on again!!! Help! The computer works great when you can see what your doing, but I can't keep replacing cards! It's a ATI rage 128 if that helps.

  • sox girl May 11, 2010

    I believe it is 10.4.11 but I can't be sure.

  • digit dewmkitty
    digit dewmkitty May 11, 2010

    ok...

    what operating system are you running?

    do you have the drivers installed for it?

    did it work before and is not working now?

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I found that the analog cable that came with the monitor was a cheap thin grade cable. My boss at work gave me an old thicker cable and when I hooked that up I have had no more problems. Get your self a better thicker cable.

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And yes, it did work a couple of times before it went blank with both cards. I did not install a driver as this was a hand-me-down Mac and I just plugged the monitor in and it worked. It didn't think to install a driver since I had to have the monitor to see what I was doing and it worked.

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Sounds like you graphics card is loose or you have a loose connection check graphics card and cabling.

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