When you start your computer start pressing the key that will allow you to chose boot options like safe mode etc. Depending on your computer it varies which key it may be. Sometimes it may be F8. Mine is F6. When you get to that list there should be an option that says something to the effect of VGA mode towards the bottom. Chose that and it will boot to a small default resolution. From there you are Finally in Windows and then can set a compatible resolution. My max resolution is something like 1280 by 800. I have a KOGI and even though it is a pain in the but at first it works from then on. Good luck
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If an old Dell monitor works with your computer then that monitor has something wrong with it.
Try to plug in the monitor to a wall outlet but do not plug it to your computer. If it still doesn't show anything, then you should replace it. You can contact the manufacturer of the monitor. You might have a warranty for it. They might fix it or replace it with a new one.
Sounds like either the Monitor is bad or the Video Card is bad. Try plugging another monitor on the computer and if it can't show a display then more than likely the Video Card is bad. If it shows on the monitor you just plugged in, then the original monitor is bad.
have you tried hooking an external monitor? if still it does not have any display, i think its the slot that is having the problem. you also said it was not recognizing kb and mouse, so probably usb port or ps2 port is damaged too. i suggest you have your motherboard replaced. or, first, try updating your chipset driver.
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.
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Startt the pc in SAFE MODE and change thr resolution of the screen, the computer does not work on 1280 X1024, so AT THE BOOT TIME PRES F8 chose save mode with windows, tan on the property of the display change the video resolution at 1280 X1024, and i think you don't have the video driver instaled not sure but u can chek that as well.chek run WINDOWS UPDATE if your diver is not in place. to chek driver take a look in computer management DEVICE MANAGER.
It's turns blue to power safe mode (yellow) it's prevent futher damaged to your monitor. It's seems you got a busted backlight inverter. Need to replaced a new one...Since you only got it for a few months, send it back to Acer for a replacement of a new backlight inverter... Have a nice day!
Since this was a new out of the box computer, Safe Mode was not allowed. In order to change monitor settings (resolution), I had to use another monitor, in this case a newer CRT. With the CRT, the computer booted up, no problem. Once booted, I turned down the monitor resolution and saved. Now when the Princeton LCD was plugged in and the computer restarted, everything works fine. Now the resolution could be set to limits of the monitor.
Check that the power is plugged into the back of the monitor and also to the power point, make sure power point is ON. If anything pull plugs out and re-connect both just to make sure.
Make sure monitor cable is also plugged into the back of the computer. Turn computer on and make sure it beeps and looks like it has hard disk activity to show it is booting into windows. If it doesn't beep or show activity it could be your PC having an issue else it is possibly your monitor.
To double check try your monitor on another PC and try another monitor on your PC to see which has failed.