One more question about the HP flat screen LCD monitor
Thanks for your help. I've already hooked up another old monitor to my PC. It works fine. I can reconnect the HP Flat Screen to my PC and I can get a boot menu, the desktop, etc. So I can get it to turn on with power and stay with power but the screen doesn't keep a display. I believe I've tried all of the HP website info troubleshooter info but it really only refers to a "black screen", not a "partial" black screen. I really appreciate your advice. Thanks, Lisa
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You need to open up the PC and see what kind of slot you have. It will be the one closes to the CPU. Most likely you power supply does not have video card only AUX power cords but if they do then you can get a high end video card. Once you replace the card you will need to tell the BIOS not to use the onboard video card.
Hi Ricky, In most situations you won't need any special connections, as most LCD screens have the same VGA interface sockets and cables as your older screen. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Best wishes, Graemevm
may be this is you are mentioning there is no display in your monitor or u have already getting the boot display. if u getting the boot display it must be the problem of your monitor inverter board in side ur lcd. otherwise it must have your computer memory not working properly so u must clean and re install your memory first.thank you.
I have to assume you are currently using the larger size called a tube type monitor and would like to have an LCD or flat screen type monitor connected to your computer.
To connect to new LCD flat screen monitor to your computer would be exactly the same connection as what you are currently using.
The only problem you could run into is the connector itself. Some of the flat screen LCD monitors do not have the older style connector called VGA, usually blue called DB15, because it has 15 pin connector. They may have only have the newer style called a DVI type. Some do have both types.
Please be sure the LCD you want has the older style DB15 connector to connect to the rear blue VGA input of your compter.
Try 1024 x 768 and set it to 32bit highest colour quality...
I,m using old school xp...and i,ve got mine hooked up to a 32 inch lcd...but wait for a few mins,as your lcd will say no pc input..then i,ll come up...
Hope this helps if so plz vote as i,ve taken the time to help you..
Kindest regards if there is anything else i can help you with...
since your computer didnt recognize your monitor just add it manually ...if its an hp lcd screen hit the button above the power button on the monitor and it will auto adjust itself..if it still dont work go under control panel to monitors and add it.