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I replaced the fan. Took most of the computer apart to get to it. Put it back together and fan works. Now I'm having issues with the monitor. It boots up red with flashing lines then pink then the screen goes black.

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  • keajg29 Oct 12, 2010

    screen completely black now. It lights up but I can't get to the bios. Maybe a loose wire?

  • keajg29 Oct 12, 2010

    I unplugged everything plugged it back in now the screen is black. It is lit. I cannot view windows or get into bios.

  • keajg29 Oct 12, 2010

    I need another idea

  • keajg29 Oct 12, 2010

    how easy is this to replace?

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Boot up in Safe Mode and reset the display from the control panel. Else, restore to an earlier date or try the Last Good Boot Up option. Both these are after pressing F8 at boot up.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

  • Rinoo Kumari Oct 12, 2010

    I am sure the monitor s fine as you have done nothing to it. The only fault lies in the motherboard and its connector. It should be the connector most probably. The 15 pin socket and its lead to the motherboard.

  • Rinoo Kumari Oct 12, 2010

    Then use a different monitor or connect this monitor to a different pc to make sure the monitor works or the pc works. Point is that unless you have display there is very little one can do with it.

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