Flashing Lights Every night i turn my monitor off, and let my antivirus run its course every night. When i woke up this morning however, the monitor wouldnt turn on, i saw the On Light was flashing green, green then orange. What does this mean?
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tried to reboot and use the Key f8 for to obligate o.system to show the way for window in safe mode, and correct the problem. Run the CHKDSK for troubleshooting. Update after your fix the BIOS AND CHIPSET. Pass the Antivirus+Malware. God bless you
I had this same problem last night.. I have been having problems with the oven shutting off on preheat.. That sort of stopped. Last night lost power to the house. When it returned the oven was beeping and flashing PBR. I turned off the breaker for a few mins. last night and it returned. It was bugging me so much that turned it off the whole night. Woke up this morning turned the breaker back on and it stopped. I don't think this is the total solution. I am thinking that eventually I am going to have to replace power board in this oven. Hope it works!
I have seen this when using HDMI cables from the computer side.. The TV has a resolution that is not always full screen with TV shows. There is a setting that allows you to "zoom". My TV has 4 settings: normal, stretch and crop, stretch left and right, stretch and pinch (shrug).
no signal indicates a couple things... i suspect your computer isn't even booting up. reboot the computer while tapping the F8 key.... you should see writing on the screen... boot to safe mode. after it sucessfully boots up... reboot again... should be fine.
The age of the electric wiring could be an issue. I suspect a bad or loose connection at the recepticals. If appliance plug- in results in a loose connection,( IE: Plug falls out ). Replace the duplex recepticals as needed. Also check wiring connections to be sure they are tight.
here is the link for the manual;
page 14 runs through some procedures which should be worth a try - especially the idea to try the monitor on a different pc/a different monitor on your pc just to check where the problem is. swap any cables you can just in case.
Hope this helps :)