Mag Innovision LT - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support - Page 8
Speakers not working
I haven't seen a monitor that needs drivers for the speakers.
Assuming it has a standard 3.5mm plug for sound input from the PC, have you plugged this in between monitor and PC?
The monitor will have a volume control, make sure it's not muted or turned down too far.
Also check the volume control panel on the PC to make sure it's not muted or turned down.
No signal on monitor
- Check your Monitor Cable
- Check your Cables PINS Broken/Damaged
- Check Properly Plugged in the Cable to both PC and Monitor
- Check your Display Card
- Check your Motherboard Connection With Display Card
- Unplug the Cables end From PC and Monitor
- Unplug From Power too and Then Correctly Plug in
- Connect CPU to another PC(for making Sure problem is for Monitor)
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Screen blacks out, but power light stays green. I
Power supply, replace the caps, 220uf,470uf,680uf. you will see the tops of them are popped out, check the board too see if its turning color from the surface mount transistors that drive the lamps..If its turn an very dark color the parts have been very stressed out..
Message states mode not supported
If you are talking about dual screen mode, some monitors do not support this. And some do not support dual screen at the current resolution setting. Play with the resolution by right clicking an open area of your desktop, then click properties, and then advanced. There should be a slider indicating resolution (in xp at least) After that, then the monitor itself does not support dual screen. Best of Luck to you!
I bought a mag innovision model 780 monitor at a
With Most Mag monitors, the plug is a simple 3 prong on the bottom side of the monitor. Though it isn't proprietary, it isn't a common power plug either. Radio Shack does carry this type of cord. Just look on the bottom side of the monitor itself. the three round plug "thingy" is where the 110v plugs in straight from the wall. Best of Luck!
I tried turning on my monitor and it wouldn't turn on
The first step is to make sure the plug you have the power cord plugged into is supplying power to the monitor. [surge protector? Check the switch or the reset button]. Check for the powered on light, usually in the power on button on many computer monitors. Yellow usually means a bad connection with the computer. So the monitor is actually on, it just appears off because you have a black screen. Check the video cable linkage to the back of the monitor and the computer's graphics card or digital video out.
If when you "power on" the monitor's on light does not light it means that power is not getting to the unit and you could have a bad power cord. If it is of the universal type that unplugs from the unit you can swap out for a new cord to test this [some monitors have external power supplies as part of the cord and this could be the problem]. If swapping it for another works than that was your problem.
Many monitors though have their power cords mounted via chassis clamps to the unit and have internal power supplies and are not end user serviceable.
If power is making it to the unit there are a handful of possibilities. Unfortunately the majority of them, at that point, involve dis-assembly of the unit's outer casing and is not advisable to an untrained end user. A service call would be required at that point.
If connected to a 64 bit Dell Studio, it is
Your resolution is probably not set correctly. That monitor can only support a resolution of 1024x768 - so to change that, you'll need to go into Start - Control Panel - Display Settings, and then click on the settings tab, and near the bottom where it says "display resolution" drag the slider until it says 1024x768. Press apply or ok and see if that helps.
Power will not come on
Is there a separate ON/OFF "rocker" switch, in addition to the ON/OFF button on the front of the unit?
Have you tried a different power-cable?
If all else fails, take the monitor to a qualified technician, for more trouble-shooting.
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