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What does a video card do?


The video card sends video data to the monitor. If the monitor does not display any images then the video card could be faulty.
It could also mean the monitor is faulty.
To check whether the video card or monitor is faulty, connect another monitor to your computer, if this monitor also does not displays any image then the video card is faulty.

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The video card (built-in on the motherboard) maybe faulty or the LCD screen is faulty.
Connect an external monitor to the video port of your laptop, power up the monitor first then boot up your laptop. If the video card id OK then the laptop will automatically divert the video to the external monitor. Then the problem is a faulty LCD screen.
If the external monitor also displays black vertical lines then you have a faulty video card and since it is part of the motherboard it is impossible to fix.

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First, connect this monitor to another computer, if you still do not get a Windows image on the Samsung LCD monitor then it is faulty. The fault could be a faulty inverter board that supplies high voltage to the CCFL lamp or the fault could be a faulty CCFL lamp.
Parts for this monitor could be avaiable from LCD Parts, theie WEB site is :-
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I assume you mean the power light is flashing? This means that there is aconnection problem or your video card/chip is faulty. Check both of the VGA cable (monitor & PC) are securely connected and there are no bad twists or bends in it, if so replace it. If both ends are secure and cable is o.k. then it is likely that the video card/chip is faulty and needs replacing. Best of luck. Ian.

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The power light keeps flashing, and I am getting no picture


Hi

The best way to see if your monitor or vga card is faulty is to plug this monitor into another PC, if it works then the issue will lie on your PC's gvga card/config

If it doesnt work on another PC then your monitor is faulty

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My computer is on, but the sreen remains black


What type of monitor is it, a CRT or LCD?
Have you checked the video cable to see if it is firmly connected?
To test the video card, connect another monitor to the computer.
If another monitor works then the video card is OK and the original monitor is faulty.
If the faulty CRT monitor is dead, then replace it, it most likely not worth repairing.
If the faulty monitor is a LCD screen and the power LED is on but the screen is black and you can see a dim image on the screen when you view it at a sharp angle, then most likely it is a back-light problem. It could be a faulty inverter board or a faulty CCFL lamp.
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Hi rhymers3,

First, check that monitor power save is disabled. Right click on desktop, properties, Screen Save tab, power button. Select "Never" for the "Turn Off Monitor" drop-down box.

Also, check that the monitor itself doesn't have any power save/ sleep options enabled.

Another possibility is a faulty graphics card or faulty cable to the monitor - try moving the cable/card and see if the image comes and goes.

Try using a different (lower) display resolution. It could be that the one you currently have is just on the limits of not working with that monitor.


Good luck.

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When you switch on the computer and monitor does the monitor power light illuminated?
If not check the power cable, if the power light is on try connecting it to another computer, if it works on another computer then the fault is in your computer or a faulty video cable (try another video cable).
If the monitor does not work then it is faulty, if it is OK then your computy is faulty.

If the fault is in your computer, you didn't exactly pinpoint the nature of your fault.
Does the power light on your computer illuminated when you power up?
Does your computer actually boot up, does it give and beep code (count the number of beeps - 7 beeps usually means video problems, depends upon the type of BIOS)?
When your computer first boots up and you see POST information on the screen then nothing, it is most likely :-
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2. Video card configured with incompatible monitor.

If you computer fires up and the monitor is OK the you have a faulty graphics card, you need to replace it.

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hmmm... Where to start......

Discounting the possibility of a faulty monitor, (I am assuming that you have tested this, either by trying a different monitor or checking the monitor is working on a different PC (Either yours or someone elses that you know)). it sounds like your PC is not booting through BIOS..., this can be caused by all sorts of things, from faulty Power supply to Faulty MEM or even a faulty PCI or graphics card....

The first thing (except the monitor) that I would check is the Power supply.. if you can get your hands on a spare power supply that is the first thing to test (by replacing).

If that does not resolve it's a case of systematically removing all other possible causes of the fault (IE remove all PCI cards and Drives, not removing the Graphics card or MEM.

if the fault persists with all these things done you have diagnosed that the fault lies with the motherboard the CPU or the memory.

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