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My VX924 Green Led Blinks until fully booted to windows

I'm Mexican I'm having this failure common on most users here, but i would try it to explain it better

I have a ABIT AN7 mobo, AMD ATHLONXP 3000, AGP GEFORCE MX4000 card

Sometimes it started to give me troubles when i try it to turn it on, it started to give me troubles and i see no signal to windows fully booted (then i try it to describe fully my problem)

When i turn on the pc i only see a image of the agp bios, but i dont see the ABIT logo of the Motherboard, it only gets signal until Windows XP screen when it boots, then i loss image and untill it is on windows

When i try to run for example (hirens boot cd i get not signal)

I've used other monitor on same pc, same vga card and the monitor is giving signal fine on every screen

When i use this VX924 on this same pc and config is giving me troubles

Now the VX924 is working on windows at 1278 x 1024 @60 but the problem is on motherboard menu and some msdos stuff

Not same happened on other pc that it has onboard gpu, so i dont want to have my monitor back paying a repair fee for checking the monitor

I'm Mexican i've brought this monitor on april 2006 so it is on warranty still (3 year warranty)

Thanx a lot any suggestion to send it to warranty?

Would be a great idea to all people here report this failure, or make a webpage or testimonial giving serial number to pressure viewsonic

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Ok if what im understanding is you tried on another computer and it worked great
the monitor is not your problem the problem lies with your video card
the video card could be outdated
the video card could need updated software
the video is haveing a conflict with another IrQ on *********** board this is common in computers haveing conflicts
now if your not use to computers i would suggest to take it down to nears computer tech. store and have them set your IrQ for you this can get confusing
ask them if they can show you a walk threw on how to set the IrQ incase this happens again say if you do a restore on your comp i know you dont want to pay for it again to have them fix it
or you can call "GeekSquad" they can come to your home and fix it for you and show you a walk threw this might be better for u
i hope this helped you alot

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