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With a voltmeter check out the main battery fuse cartridge located in the fuse box usually 3 or 4 of them bolted to fuse box you cant mistake them they are the largest physically in the fuse box , If this reads ok check your Battery Earth strap and Engine earth strap .sometimes the dash lights if these straps are poor but they can not carry enough power to complete circuit.
The green should be the audio jack. I'm sure you checked, but I've done the same only to find that my speakers weren't turned on and up even though they have power. Some monitors also have an audio jack--you may try that if you still aren't getting anything (btw, good call turning the computer off and on--allowing it to recognize the new hardware at start-up). It's completely possible that wires or connections became undone during the optical drive re-installation. Good luck.
When a monitor goes black and the solid green starts flashing it normally means the computer is sleep mode the screen saver blanked out the display the comp is off ect... However in this case since i assume you allready tried wiggling the mouse tapping the spacebar pressing the resume button ect... It is one of 2 things either the video card is going bad.( perhaps the computer has been on for a while and it is getting hot. With video card issues except the obvious, the case fan should be checked. there is a fan on the videocard it should checked as well the pc coul and mostlikely needs the dust blown out of it cause thats what kills fans and power supplies Hey power supply is the next possibility to th issue. No matter which part solves the problem I reccommend you do the other maybe premaintenance things I suggested. Good Luck.
I apologize then, the monitor is definitely bad. If the menus can't be accessed and you can't get a self-test to come up then the monitor is done. From my experience, sounds like it might be bad capacitors on the power board that go puffy, but taking it into an electronics shop and having it fixed might cost more then the monitor is worth.
you must attatch agp(accelareted graphics port) card in pci slot it is specially for 3d games and excellent video output fast motion responce but if you want to see normal ordinary display then no need of agp card
I have the same problem with the emachines E14Te monitor. I have
emailed emachines support several times and no responce. Iave tried
calling, and vet the computerized maze of press the number for X
department. I have yet to talk to anyone in their support problem area.