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Output to monitor

I am facing an hardware problem.there's no signal being transmitted to the monitor unit

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Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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Hello macks_11:
I need more information about the problem.

You can have a bunch of things which are having problems.
monitor cable and or connectors on the monitor or on the computer.

Check your monitor with another monitor.

Make sure the cable connectors are not damaged such as bent pins.
If all that checks okay, then you need to look at the computer.
Test the video output on the computer.
Make sure the video in the control panes/system is working.
Make sure that the monitor is detected in the system. Some monitors will not turn on unless it is correctly detected and setup in the system. They should still work at the bios boot, though.

I am kind of guessing around, and hope that something here is a help to you,
take care,

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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