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Remove the memory from the slot and clean it with a neat cloth and insert and switch on the computer if still not working remove the processor heat sink and clean it with a cloth apply some thin layer of heatsink solvent and fix them tightly also remove the cmos battery from the motherboard and switch on the computer then shutdown the computer and replace camos battery

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I unplugged my sound bar to move the monitor and now i don't know where to plug it back in


You didn't say whether the plug came out of the monitor or the PC!

If the monitor, look under the back side of the stand, and see if you can find a jack.

If the PC, look at the back of the computer, and locate a similarly colored jack, usually low down on a tower case, and plug it into the same colored jack.

Cheers!
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Aug 01, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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User mode window (for adjusting the contrast, brightness etc) appears again again automatically.


First off... I would Re-Start your computer...OR...Shut down manually... to see if this fixes your problem. It's possible your computer didn't accept the changed setting? But...what you are experiencing is a Corrupt File, which will need to be removed!

Not sure exactly what you did? Where you trying to adjust the contrast, brightness, etc,.?

If you went through your Desktop to adjust these settings, always make sure you select APPLY and OK..

If you went through your System to Change your Resloution, you may have a Conflict with your chipset or even Malfunctioned it?

If re-starting your computer didn't fix your problem, than shut your computer down again!

Upon,..Re-booting...This time hold the Control Key down, so you can get into SAFE MODE!

I would then do a SYSTEM RESTORE under (SAFE MODE) and Restore your computer back to an earlier period that your computer was working correctly! Even, if you cleared the problem on the first step provided! Just type in the search box in your Control Panel System Restore! Or you can type in at the START Button...System Restore!

Also, while in SAFE Mode...go to your Device Drivers in your Device Manager and check for any setting that have a yellow symbol next to them...Click on each one and Update the Drivers!

Always, make sure...you Re-Start your computer after doing any changes...!

If you need further assistance, please don't hesistate to reply back to me! I'll be happy to help you!

Kind Regards!

Martie

Sep 10, 2011 | Dell E773C 17" CRT Monitor

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The monitor suddenly went black and the message - cable disconnected flashed on the screen. I checked all the cables and everything was connected and tight. I tried it on another computer to rule out it...


First, how old is the monitor? If it is still under warranty, usually under one year, then take it back to where you purchased it (with your receipt) and tell them to give you a new one. I had to do that once.

Second, The model/make/serial numbers can be found near the power chord on the back. If not there, it has to be on the back somewhere.

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After a power outage, monitor won't turn on


Anytime there is an electrical surge the weakest part is the "Inverter" inside your monitor. It is two pencil size tubes that generates the DC power to the backlight of your monitor. Bring to repair shop and ask to look at the inverters. Once changed it will work fine


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Jan 21, 2009 | Princeton Digital VL1916 19" LCD Monitor

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Blank monitor


Try unplugging the power cord to your computer tower, click the power button to drain the capacitors in the mother board then plug the power cord back in and try to boot up. Has helped me repair several similar black screen problems. Chuck Housecall101@aol.com

Jul 24, 2008 | Star Logic 17" LCD Monitor

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Went dead


Defect at your main board .

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Monitor Failure


Your system was not affected because the PSU can prevent power surges. Your monitor's backlight has went out due to surges in electricity to your monitor. Unfortunately, you can not replace the backlight. I would suggest you buy a new monitor. 19" LCD Monitors has have went down dramatically in the past month.

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