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I have an ancient HP Pavilion 7940 desktop pc that powers up but the monitor clicks on but then goes to sleep. I tried swapping out monitors and it does the same thing meanwhile the CPU is still powered on. What can I do to fix it or what do I need to do in order to save the info on the computer?
If you are using a video card try to remove this and clean the contact points(bronze color) because the contact of this to the slot of the mother board is too slim and this causes no signal for the monitor. while if you are using an on-board video card there is already a problem with the slot or thry to inspect the cord and pins if no deformities. if you think there is no problem with these then you need to buy a video card prior from this you must try to see the specs according to the motherboard manual because we have different types of videocards
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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