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Hello Yatra:

It sounds like the connector screw for your coaxial connector is lose. This can be resolved by opening the back of the unit up and just tighten the screw or the soldiering may to be resoldiered.


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Hello there, I am the computer technician that will be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra.

Welcome to Fixya!

Since you had it repaired and transported it home this fault may be due to a loose connection. Or like you say it could be a simple task of placing the graphics cable in the correct graphics output port.

Install the monitor graphics cable into a horizontal graphics output port if possible. Doing this would therefore connect to the Graphics card if one is installed.

Plugging the monitor graphics cable into the vertical graphics output port would mean that you are connecting your monitor to your computer's onboard graphics output. Which will not work if there is a graphics card installed, in which case one must use the horizonal port, found on the graphics card.

If you have checked that the monitor cable is correctly plugged in and your problem continues then one checks the following:
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Check the Memory modules, one may need to be seated or cleaned. Clean the gold fingered connectors with tissue paper.

You may also find it of benifit to look at on eof my published works, entitled My Computer is not turning on!!! Is it dead!!! No POST!!!

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