Question about Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor
I disconnected my Acer monitor from my desk top and attached it to my laptop so I could have a bigger screen to work from. When I went to reconnect it back to my desk top, it would start up, the computer would boot up and the monitor would get as far as the Windows screen that appears right before the computer is fully booted, and then all of a sudden the monitor goes black and the "no signal" message comes on and it eventually goes to sleep. If there is something wrong with it recognizing the desk top, why would it go through all the boot up steps and then decide it doesn't recognize the desk top anymore? What can I do besides get a new computer?
You must have disconnected it while the pc was running.damage can occur while doing this as can a keyboard (they are not like USB devices that can be plugged and unplugged while "hot".)
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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