Question about BenQ FP737S-D 17" LCD Monitor
Since you did not indicate what you have done so far, I would suggest the following:
First thing to do is to find out it ias not PC vdieo card problem, try this monitor with other PC and this PC with another monitor to narrow down the problem. Please post back what you found.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
If the monitor is showing you a "no signal" message, it's almost certainly working fine. There's no video coming in from the computer, and that's likely where the problem is. Try another monitor first. It's possible yours isn't recognizing the
input signal, but it's unlikely. I've only seen that happen twice I can
remember. Chances are that another monitor will say "no signal" as well. Either the computer isn't starting up, or the video isn't working.
If you hear all the sounds of a normal startup (usually a single beep when the motherboard finishes power-on tests, hard drive activity shown by the front panel indicator, and finally the Windows startup sound through your speakers), then the video circuitry is bad. If the video is integrated onto the motherboard, you can install a replacement video card in an open expansion slot. If you already have a separate video card you can replace it.
If the computer isn't starting, you need to suspect memory, the motherboard, power supply or processor. You might also have a bad hard drive, optical drive or other device connected which is preventing startup. Begin by unplugging everything except the main parts: memory, processor and fan, power supply and (if used) video card. If the system starts up, you can identify the bad part by reconnecting them one at a time until the problem comes back. If the system still doesn't start with the minimum hardware, part substitution is how you'll figure out which is responsible.
It can be frustrating, but you'll get the thing going. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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