Question about HP Computers & Internet
Your hard drive was in place with a different motherboard. That motherboard had a different chipset, different features, different drivers, and when your computer boots up it is looking for an entirely different motherboard and starting to load an entirely different set of drivers. So by redone I was asking if it had been reformatted and the operating system reinstalled.
You see, it is not just as simple as popping in a different mobo...because all motherboards are not the same. Even Pentium-based boards are not the same. I have seen the same situation many times, and in some cases like yours the computer will go through this repetitive cycle of rebooting because of the change. Try booting up in safe mode (do you know how to do this?) and see if you can get to the desktop. Typically, I usually reinstall the OS, apps, and files....and the problem is usually solved. Jyothish
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
You very likely have aquired a Sony flatsceen with an input control on the panel.The input button allow you to have three monitors connected to your PC and by using the "input" control ,you can switch from one monitor to the other-mostly used in Microsoft Games like flightsimulator where you want 3D imaging.Iwould suggest you try the "Input" button for the correct input signal.Regards
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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im going to guss that this is your conection cable from video card to your monitor
try disconecting and reconecting the cable making shur that the cable is firmly conected at both ends
its posible that part of the tower case is preventing the full insertion of the cable into the socket
cut away 1/8 inch of the ruber shielding around the pc side of the cable so that it can fully be inserted into the conection
check that the pins on the male conection arn't bent or broken off
also run your closed hand down the cable itself checking for cracks cuts or breaks in the cable
if any problem is seen replace the cable if any pins are broken off check the femal reciver for the broken of part of the pin so as to not damage anothere cord
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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