I get problem with my pc. Every time it completes in booting, there is no display on monitor except the background. the task bar, shortcut icons are disappeared.
what i can do right now is opening my pc in safe mode.
Please advice as solution.
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Re: PC Display after booting
Okay this is a flaw with XP. what you need to to is when that happens. Wait for the screen to load and press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and that will bring up task manager. Under the file button on the top right hand corner and select New Task (Run...). Then the run box opens up and type in the box EXPLORER.EXE that should show the task bar and shortcut icons. If you need any more help just ask me.
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System setup Disks do not have any relation to your Monitor unless it is an All-In-One PC or a Laptop.
If you can see display when the unit is booting, but not when Windows should be displaying the Desktop, then your Display Size has been set outside of the size limits or refresh rate of the monitor.
An IT Technician could help you boot the PC in Safe Mode to remove the Monitor and let it re-install. This should forward the instructions to Windows to re-detect the monitor and the display limits it has.
If you have no display at any period, try another monitor.
Your PC is putting too high resolution for he VL1918 to display.
You need to set your PC video out put to the native resolution of the VL1918, which is 1280x1024 @60Hz.
You will have to hook up your old monitor (crt type?) and set the new resolution.
Or boot up in safe mode (hit f8 during boot up), and set the resolution to 640 x 480, reboot into regular mode, then rest the resolution to 1280x1024 260Hz.
Also watch out for bad caps in this monitor: http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Princeton%20VL1918W/
if your PC has a built in graphics adapter then the bios and windows will automatically use that as a primary display unit..u need to boot the PC with that and then check in the device manager if the PC has picked up on the new display unit.. if it has then disable the on board one. the pc will ask to restart ... do it.. then when it does connect the monitor cable to the new display device.. and make sure that the monitor has an image of the start up screen if it does then you have completed the upgrade
You most likely have a bad connection inside the unit. Specifically, there are a couple of "backlights" that provide the light that will pass thru the LCD panel. If you can open up the unit, with the screen facing up, there should be a small PC board on the right. Check the connections on that board. Be careful as there is high voltage there.
Keep us posted.