Question about BenQ T701 TFT 17" LCD Monitor
Your computer isn't starting up, no video is getting to the monitor, and that's why you see the "no signal" message and the power light goes orange. Make sure you've reconnected any internal cables you might have removed when you replaced the RAM. Also be sure you've seated the RAM properly into its socket. I've seen modules seated crooked so that contacts are shorted. The modules should fit properly into the sockets so the latches click into place.
Try reinstalling the original RAM and see if the computer starts properly. You might have a defective part which is keeping the board from starting up.
Since the trouble began after you replaced the RAM, that's where to start looking for the cause. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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