20 Most Recent Kogi l7eh-ta ko 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor Questions & Answers

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Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Sep 07, 2012

You may try the following steps:

Boot the computer in safe mode.
While booting press the F8 key and on the Windows Advance boot screen, select safe mode and press enter.
Once you are on the logon screen, select Administrator account.
Click on Start and rightl click on My computer, then click properties
Go to hardware tab and click on Device manager.
In the device manager look for Display adapter, Click on the + sign, right click on the listed devices and uninstall.
Now you should be able to boot the computer in normal mode.

Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

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Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Jul 08, 2012


The solution depends on your graphic card. There are graphic adapters that do not support less than 1280 x 1024. In that case you will really need to replace the monitor.

Try setting the screen resolution from safe mode (see: Change your screen resolution)

If the resolution is restored to 1280x1024 after you set it manually, then you will need to replace the monitor because it is not compatible with the computer. There is no way out as that is the way the technology market works nowadays. Upgrading equipment is a must, not an option.



Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011

To change the screen resolution, click on Start - Control Panel - Display - Settings tab and the adjust the screen resolution slider to 1280X1024 click Apply.

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Feb 04, 2011

Your PC video resolution is too high, it should be set to the native resolution of the monitor.


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Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
Failed TV and Monitors: http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/

Learn about bad caps: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

Capacitors kit: http://lcdalternatives.auctivacommerce.com/ he can make you a set of caps for you.

Or www.digikey.com just make sure to use caps with low ESR, 105c, high ripple current, long life rating such as PANASONIC FM or FC series.
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Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Jan 19, 2011

If you are sure your graphics card is working ok and the VGA cable is firmly plugged into the monitor and card and the power cable is firmly in the monitor, Id suspect the power capacitors in the monitor are blowing or have blown

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Dec 30, 2010

Check the default power settings. Start -> Control Panel -> System & Maintenance -> Power Options. The default will turn off the monitor from five to fifteen minutes. Moving the mouse should turn it back on. Make sure your video out is activated. On most laptops the key looks like lOl. And its usually in the F4-F8 range

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Sep 05, 2010

Do you get a No Signal on the monitor?

IF so, the problem is in your computer, or you have a bad monitor cable. (Cable from monitor to computer)

Try the monitor on a known working computer, and use that working computer's monitor cable.

Monitor works?

Okay now use the monitor cable from the Dell Inspiron 537.
Monitor works?

Problem is in the computer.

Monitor doesn't work?
Problem is the monitor cable. They do go bad.

Problem is the computer? Check to see how dirty the computer is inside. Unplug the computer from power, open the computer case.

DO NOT reach inside, and touch any components, even to clean, until you have touched the metal frame of the computer case. You are just looking for now.

[ Your body carries Static electricity. Static will fry out the hardware components inside a computer.

Static will do it in a flash, and you won't see it, or feel it!
Computer unplugged from power, you're safe. Touch the metal frame of the open computer case, your computer is safe ]

If the inside of the computer is dirty, so is the power supply. The case fan/s draw air into the computer, and push the air through the computer case.

The power supply fan draws air through the computer, and pushes the air out of the back of the
Anything that goes through the computer, also goes through the power supply.

Dust, Dirt,. Hair, Lint, Carpet Deodorizer, you name it, can be drawn in. (Sometimes, spiders make webs inside!)

Inside the Dell Inspiron 537 Desktop PC, is a processor with a Heatsink on it, and a Fan on top of the heatsink.

The Heatsink is a square looking device, that has fins on the top.
The bottom is flat, and is attached to the top of the Processor's case.
The heatsink absorbs the heat of the processor, by being in close relation to it, and the fins radiate the heat up, and out.

(What an average Heatsink, and Fan combo look like,


There is also Thermal Paste, in-between the top of the Processor case, and bottom of the Heatsink)

The fan attached to the top of the Heatsink b-lows the heat away.
If the fins become clogged, and the blades of the fan, the processor heats up.

When the processor becomes too hot, it turns off.
This is a Fail Safe feature that is built-in. BIOS turns the Processor off.

During this, the Processor has been calling for more power, due to the heat.
The power supply tries to keep up.

The power supply has Heatsinks inside it, also. Plus a fan, to draw air across the components inside the power supply.
This is the power supply's cooling system.

Once the fins of the heatsinks become clogged, and the fan blades, the cooling efficiency drops tremendously.

The power supply heats up.
Again, Heat = Wasted Energy.

The power supply tries to put more, and more power out, until eventually the components inside the power supply fail.

Power supply failure is a main cause of computer failure.

Dell Inspiron 537MT Desktop PC Service Manual,


Dell Inspiron 537ST Desktop PC Service Manual,


Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Jul 15, 2010

If the LCD monitor has a faint Windows image, then the LCD monitor has a back-light problem and it could have a faulty inverter board or a faulty CCFL lamp.
Parts and service are available from LCD Parts, their WEB site is :-

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Jul 12, 2010

Try booting in safe mode per instructions here: http://www.fixya.com/support/r4873371-fixing_out_range_format_not_supported

You need to find out if the proper video card driver is installed when you use recovery disk. Compaq usually supply separate disk for the drivers.
Try using resolution of 1024x 768 @60 Hz first and go up from there.

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010

install an AGP card into an AGP slot then you can see the high resolution. internal display card does not support to high resolution because of insufficient memory .use 8X AGP card for better result

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Apr 13, 2010

It may be that your video card is too old, that probably is the problem since you are running Windows 2k. If not open up your monitor's menu and see if you can manually change the monitor's resolution. Newer monitors do that.

Kogi l7eh-ta ko... | Answered on Apr 12, 2010

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