Hey all, I picked up a LG StudioWorks 700s Monitor for an old system recently, and i'm not getting a signal. It powers up fine, light goes green for a second then stays orange, all the while the screen remains black. When i unplug it from my video card (i think its a nvidia geforce2 64meg)however, i get the NO SIGNAL flashing all over the screen. When i plug it back in, screen goes black again. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Ant
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problem with the monitor Display cable. it is damaged.
Normally monitor will receive 3 colors red, green, Blue signals from CPU. If one cable i.e Red wire connection is missing in display cable which is connected to monitor, Red color image on monitor wil be replaced with other fade color.
So, need the replace the display cable or display connector!
1)PRESS NUM LOCK KEY IN YOUR KEYBOARD 2)IF A GREEN LIGHT IN KEYBOARD A GREEN LIGHT APPEARE IF CPU HAVE NO PROBLEM 2)REMOVE YOUR POWER CORD AND HOLD THE ON BUTTON FOR LIKE 30second TO A MINUTE AND THEN CONNECT IT BACK AND TURN IT ON
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It could be that the resolution settings that you had with the old monitor are not compatible with the new monitor. Try hooking up your old monitor and either lowering or highering the resolution and see if that corrects the problem. Can you give me the model number off the new monitor so I can further look into the compatibility of the video card and the monitor.
First of all I would check your video card. Do you have another monitor that works fine? If so I would hook the good monitor to your video card and see if you are getting a signal. If you still do not have a signal in the good monitor there is something wrong with your connection on your video card. Check the connector on your video card if it wiggles alot then it has come loose from the card. Best option here is to buy a new video card. If you feel that the connector is seated flush and does not move. Then you might want to look at two things. Either your monitor is not working properly or there maybe a piece of hardware that has come loose or unseated in your computer case. Try this and if you have problems feel free to contact me.