Hi VRABBY, thanx for answering. i have already tried the first thing you suggested. (tightening the bolts in the VGA slot) but it doesnt work. there are no bends either. it seems like the last thing you suggested. can you please elaborate on it? a detailed description of what i need to do and what tools i will need for it? thanks again for your help. TECHNICAL1
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Re: thanks for replying... i still need more help
Hi, sorry for the delay as i was on a journey
for the cable testing, you need a multimeter for testing the continuity, a star screw driver for opening the monitor cabinet, and a soldering iron.
First open the cabinet of the monitor. See the cable end connected to the board. Loosen the circuit board by unscrewing.
Connect and check each wire of the cable by touching multimeter probs at both the ends.
hope this may give an idea for solving your problem
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As much I want to give you the best answer to your concern, I can't since you did not indicate what error message you are getting. But don't worry I'll still give some suggestion regarding your concern. Since you indicate that games won't load in Facebook. If that is the case, the only thing that I can see here is you are missing something. That missing piece is a Flash Player.Flash Player is software for viewing animations and movies using computer programs such as a web browser. All games in Facebook runs in Flash Player. So for you to enjoy games in Facebook what I can suggest to you is install a Flash Player in your computer. But if you already have a Flash Player in your computer and still have difficulties to load games, feel free to reply on this question for me to answer it.
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Doubt anything is wrong here- let it run. These run 80% of the time anyway. I cannot see your reply due to some tech issue w/ the site, so it may be a day or so before I can reply again. Please leave feedback for me if appropriate. Thanks
Check to see if the microphone works on the macintosh side of the computer, chances are it won't, microphone usage on Macintosh computers has been hit and miss, sometimes the microphone needs a pre-amp or USB interface like a Griffin iMic adapter.
Recheck the connection of the upper hose that leads to the engine side with particular attention to the lip of the metal tube. In most instances, it would be the hos not pushed in properly or a clamp that is not tightened wholly encompassing the hose. Additionally, you may want to check the thermostat housing for any cracks/leaks.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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