Worked fine this morning but now turning power on doesn't send signal to monitor, nor does white power light button light up but something making noise, probably a fan. Unit does not appear overheated at all. It's 70 degrees in my house. I've tried turning it off for awhile and unplugging it to no avail. PC is under warranty until October 2017 that's the good news. Please help.Read other answers
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
I just bought this 2 days ago. The only changes I've made are recommended upgrades by HP, Windows, and installed Vipre. After uninstalling McAfee, I restarted, as required--except it's been stuck in "Restarting" for 3 hours. I read reviews on this machine after I bought it, and am wondering should I just take it back?Read other answers
the monitor is fine for sure but it says no signal when I turn on my pc. The hard drive don't run I think either as the orange light don't flash nor do I hear it running. Only the fan runs. The keyboard light only flashes at the point when I push the power button. I use the monitor on other pc and it work fine. I can eject the DVD drive tho while the light power light is on. What's wrong, please help!!
I have tried the steps. Resetting the bios. The keyboard light don't stay on after I press the power button which would indicate that those components aren't running. only 1 flash. I tried all the steps and still no display.Read other 6 answers
Windows 7 64-bit, card is a nVidia 480x I believe. I have two monitors, both Dell made, both are hooked in using DVI ports, but one is actually a VGA cable using a VGA-DVI port.
So, basically, I was playing a game and kept feeling my mouse cord getting stuck. I gave a few light tugs, trying to discern if it was a cord tangle, or if it was physically stuck on something when suddenly, my monitors go out. I think I might have heard a pop, but I REALLY hope I didn't. It turns out, it was stuck on the cord with the extra converter port, the VGA to DVI one, which was attached to my secondary monitor. Now, neither monitor gets a signal of any sort. They just sit there with amber lights as if it's just idle. I tried pulling out and replugging my RAM and video card in, and nothing. The CPU powers on and everything and I'm confident everything else is fine. I charge my phone using a USB cord on my computer and it registers that the computer is on, as it begins to charge. What's going on? It's so annoying to have my entire system brought down because I tugged my mouse a few times.
I've pushed the buttons on the monitor and it just says it's in Power Saver mode and I should push a button on my keyboard or mouse, but that doesn't do anything. That's the only other thing I've tried. Also, obviously, tried different monitors, cords, etc. Nothing. Any help would be appreciated. This is really bringing me down.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, I cannot troubleshoot this at ALL myself because of the utter lack of any output from my computer. No monitors means no BIOS meaning I can't even begin to figure out what it is, especially given that the problem doesn't seem to even be logical. Tug a cord, suddenly the whole system goes capoot? Ridiculous.
l have just bought a new graphics card:
256MB 256 MB GeForce Gf Nvidia PCI Video Graphics Card
I turn the computer off, installed the card, and then when i swith the monitior to the VGA port of the graphic card, The monitor stays in stanby mode.
It never turns back on.
Even when i switch the Monitor to the computer, the monitor still doesn't turn onn
wht should i do???
Have you confirmed PCI-Express is enabled in system bios (cmos settings)
To get to cmos, you should see a prompt (for about 3 secs) when starting your computer, this prompt is usually DEL or F2 or some other (depending on your manufacture)
Once in cmos, make sure your video card is set to the correct setting (not onboard)
Sorry so long but I tried to be as detailed as possible, I have a comp prob can u help me??
I have a Gateway computer, The computer worked but the harddrive was in bad shape, it wouldnt go past desktop, so to back up my files i removed the harddrive and attached it to another computer i have, i backed up as much files as i could get and i went to reformat the drive through DOS, c: wouldnt show up as a directory so i went into fdisk and erased the partitions i guess it was a non dos and maybe a boot partition, i dont know!! so anyway i did fdisk and then reformatted the drive.. That went fine so i installed Win 98se, install went perfect,although i did have to download sound drivers, other than that the os was installed with no probs, so I was thinking Great thats done, now ill put it back in the gateway and it will be all good..
Thats when I hit the brick wall.. After reattaching the harddrive back to its computer--all wires everything all good okay. So I turn it on and it seems to boot up fine as far as the sound of the computer,
So heres my dreaded problem: Its either the monitors dont want to take the signal from the computer or somewhere in the computer the signal is being cut short.. ???The Monitors Just Wont Pick Up The Computer???Ive tried the monitor the comp came with as well as another one of mine. The monitor says no signal. the monitors are fine they work with all my other computers.
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Windows XP Pro Version 2002 Sp2
Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40Ghz
3.50Gb of RAM Physical Address Extension (4Gb installed)
Nvidia GeForce 8600GT 512 Mb
Whenever I start or stop my desktop computer I always use standby instead of shutdown or restart.
I have noticed lately that once, every 2-3 weeks, when I wake my computer up from standby the computers graphic card fails to send a signal to the monitor.
When this happens I have to do a hardware restart to get it working again.
Once restarted xp wants to send an error report with the following information;
Error Message: STOP 0x000000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER (Q293078)
Once the error report is sent the browser pops up with this information from microsoft
You receive one of the following Stop error messages in Windows XP: STOP 0x00000...
You receive one of the following Stop error messages in Windows XP:
STOP 0x000000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER
STOP: 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M
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This issue occurs if the graphics adapter is caught in an infinite loop while it...
This issue occurs if the graphics adapter is caught in an infinite loop while it waits for the video hardware to become idle. This can indicate that there is a problem with the video hardware, or that the graphics adapter cannot program the hardware correctly.
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I have a circa 2003 Pentium 4 HP Pavilion desktop. It won't boot, recognize an XP disc in either the CD or DVD drive, or send a signal to the monitor.
Let me tell you how it happened, which may clue you in as to what might have gone wrong. Yesterday morning upon starting up, the system froze after the desktop had already come up. There was no signal to the mouse or keyboard. Several hard reboots resulted in the system freezing each time, sometimes earlier in the boot process, sometimes later. I finally decided to do a chkdsk /r from the recovery console (via XP disc). Afterwards, the computer started fine and did not freeze -- at first. But perhaps an hour later, it froze again.
I decided this time to try a System Restore. From safe mode with command prompt, I started System Restore and selected a restore point from two days ago. The restore was nearing completion when the system froze. After waiting a bit to make sure, I had to do another hard reboot. But now the system seemed truly screwed. It powered on (somewhat more loudly than usual), but nothing happened. No signal went to the monitor. It wouldn't even boot from or recognize an XP disc. Repeated boot attempts failed.
The personal data is backed up, so that's not a concern. My question is, what's next? What's probably wrong (or how do I find out what might be wrong), and how can I get the old system running again? It's worked fine until now. Thanks for your time.
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I am trying to add a second display to a Pavilion 510-a010. New display is on a VGA cable, and there is a splitter, but the new display is not detected. I have applied the latest HP update for the AMD Radeon video, but it has not enabled the second display as anything but a copy of display #1. How do I add a second display, or do I have to get another computer?Read other answers
I just bought this desktop yesterday, and when I try to plug it in through the Sony tv with a HDMI to HDMI it doesnt' work. I have switched HDMI cables and tried a different computer and they all work fine. My HDMI port on the computer works fine as I tested it with a standard 19" monitor, but won't pick up my Sony LCD TV or my Vizio LCD TV monitors. I am at a a loss, I did all the updates through HP support. Any idea on what is going on, I have noticed it is a common problem that seems to be in windows 10 itself. The computer (windows 10) does not see or detect the TV monitors.Read other answers
I tried to add a second monitor using the DVI out on the computer. The primary monitor is VGA. I then went to the display settings but did not find a second monitor. I checked the monitor and it works. Appreciate any assistance to hook up a second monotor. Cheers
Hi Chicagobill, Looking at the system board there are two different kinds of DVI connectors, labelled 3 and 4 respectively below: The difference between DVI-D and DVI-I is in the four pins that surround the flat blade - those four pins on the DVI-I conector are what carry the analog VGA signal. DVI-D can only carry digital signals and works only either with other DVI connections or HDMI. I would recommend double-checking your DVI-VGA cable and make sure all four pins are present. If any are missing (or all are) you will need to replace the cable.
I am an HP Employee.
I just bouth a Samsung LED TV/Monitor to replace my old monitor. I can connect this to cable to watch television, but when I tried to connect my VGA to HDMI adapter I received the errot message that it was not connected or not found for a source. I called Samsung directly and they told me that I may not be able to connect this Monitor to my computer because my digital graphics card on my Slimline PC might be too old to covert to the HDMI signal. I bought a VGA converter to try to plug it in as a video and use the input instead of the HDMI signal. That worked, but the screen is so bad that I can barely read the words. I changed my resolution on my display to match what was told to me, but now the screen is so close (480 resolution) that I cannot see 1/2 the screen. Any help would be appreciated. We are trying to dual purpose this so our kids can use the computer and watch TV.Read other answers
I have look at many reasons why the monitor has gone. The worst one out of all has been a motherboard fry. It happened right after i blew air into the casing to remove dust. i also took out the cpu fan to dust it off as well and clean. please help...thank you.
Hello @gonzo503, Welcome to the HP Support Forums! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts and other support personnel. I understand that your display is not coming up after you did some system cleaning. I am happy to give you a hand with this. You suggested some possibilities, and yes even your doomsday scenario is possible, depending on what happened during the cleaning you did, and the methods you used. You should check out the following document, and read through it carefully. HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Monitor or TV is Blank after Starting the Computer To rule out the display itself the easiest test would be to connect it to a different device and see if it works, then you are left with the issue being in the computer itself. Please let me know how that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.Read other 1 answers
I have a wintv pvr attached to my compter and I record tv programs onto the hard drive.I want to watch these programs on my living room tv.what wireless hardware do I need to do this
You could get a wirless video sender which would just send the monitor ssignal to the TV. That would do the job nicely.
i have cable internet on my pc in my bedroom. we got our daughter a computer. and put it in her bedroom. can some one tell me if and how i can send her pc a internet signal. and keep my pc wired. and what i need to buy to do this. i want to make sure that i can control the speed that is sent to her pc. so it wont take a lot from my pc? am i going to need a wireless router? and what do i need for her pc. thanks for the help.
well, you will definitely need a wireless router, your pc will plug into the router, and hers will be wireless. depending on the setup of your daughters computer, it may or may not have wireless capabilities built in. if its a newer laptop, it almost certainly does. if it does not have built in wireless, you will have to also purchase a wireless adapter for her computer to receive the signal. that kind of setup is fairly eay, just follow the instructions that come with whatever router you purchase.
However, your other issue ( can you limit her speed) is more difficult, and most lower end store bought wireless routers would not be capable of this.That being said, her wireless connection is always going to be slower than your wired connection no matter what, so i wouldnt be too worried about limiting her in any case.
For some reason I can no longer send email. I use OE 6 and XP sp-2. Nothing has changed in my settings but all of a sudden they won't send. I can receive just fine from several different accounts, but can't send. below is the type of error message I get.The message could not be sent because one of the recipients was rejected by the server. The rejected e-mail address was 'email@example.com'. Subject 'Re: Re:', Account: 'Floyd and Karen at WB', Server: 'mail.mwwb.net', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '553 http://www.spamhaus.org/query/bl?ip=22.214.171.124', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 553, Error Number: 0x800CCC79I've tried Thunderbird and get the same errors.It's driving me crazy. Any ideas?Floyd
Contact your isp on this one. It certainly appears you've been blocked for spamming. They should get you straightened out. Check your system for malware also. Any chance you have some sort of spam filter installed?
Have had Win mail working happily for a year or so thanks to info here.
But as of last week I can no longer send emails. Have been through account setting etc but with no luck. Had service provider on the phone and they tried all sorts of things but no joy.
Only thing that help was making a new account and used, then everything worked for about a day. Then deleted new account and used original one for a day or so then failing to send again..? Anyone have similar issues?
Error as shown
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Hey ich habe vor 1 Woche einen gebrauchten Custom PC gekauft.( Specs i7-2100 12 gb RAM gtx 590) Bis jetzt funktionierte er einwandfrei aber plötzlich hat er aufgehört ein Video signal durch das hdmi kabel zu senden. habe diverse kabel und ports durchgecheckt und nichts funktionierte an was konnte es liegen?
Ps: Das Motherboard(also die LED's) leuchtet noch wie vorher
Danke im voraus fur die Hilfe
Hallo Tilmo, und Willkommen,
Sorry but that's about my limit with German
As this board is in English could you please repost
as a lot of us can not understand your problem (except the title)
Thankyou for understanding
I have a nVIDIA GEFORCE 4 video card. I have had it and my moniter for 1 year. I moved and had to setup my computer in a shop/garage. One day I shut it off and when I rebooted it, everything started running, except the moniter said there was no signal. The moniter test said it was running right, and to check the cable and video card. The video card was tested on another computer, and beside the fact that the fan was spinning very slowly because of dust in it, it worked fine. The moniter cable looks fine, no damage on the outside. The computer nor the moniter was moved between the last time I shut it off and the next time I turned it on, when no signal was received by the moniter. I beleive that the moniter is a KDS 17" XF-7b FLAT CRT.
And make sure that the monitor cable to the Graphics card is firmly fixed.
Sorry for the long text, I'm trying to send as much information i have.
A few years ago i built a new gaming pc because i wanted to be able to play high quality games. But since day 1 i've had nothing but problems. Whenever i play one of my high quality games such as "Assassins Creed, Tomb Raider, Battlefield 3 or Primal Carnage" the monitor goes completely blank showing a "no signal to monitor" sign after gaming for between 5 minutes to up to 2-3 hours. The monitor sometimes also shows different color stripes either for examples: orange, pink or grey. The sound of my friends on skype usually keeps going for about 20 seconds before going silent, the sound of the game shuts off instantly or goes in a loop or starts with a loud buzzing sound. The fans and the LED's on my pc are still going but i can't control anything on the pc making me have to force restart my pc on the power button.
I've been on this forum before talking to this guy who is helping me but he's been quite busy lately so i need some extra help.
I've updated all drivers to latest, i never overheat, the GPU does not go over 51C when gaming and CPU never goes over 51C either.
I've upgraded my 650W powersupply to a 850W power supply and is one of the highest rated best performance power supplies you can find.
I tried to RMA my graphics card but they found nothing wrong with it and sent it back.
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For the last two months or so my prodigy.net.mx will no longer send emails. The out going email is: smtp.prodigy.net.mx port 110.
I notice now that it's labled as a yahoo account but adding this account to my yahoo account doesn't work either. I have tried ports 24,25,587 & 465..
I receive email just fine.
Anyone here know whats going on?
who is your ISP
Many ISPs insist that you use their SMTP server to send email and block all external email SMTP servers as an anti-spam measure
Recently Juno, my dialup ISP, was out of order. I thought my computer was malfunctioning, so I took it to a repair person who informed me I had a "very sick" computer. After several days Juno left an automated voice message saying their system was temporarily out of order. The repairman reassessed his original evaluation and said the machine was okay after all.
I've been using Outlook with Windows XP; but since the "repairs," the send feature no longer works. The repairman doesn't know anything (his own admission) about Outlook. Can someone walk me through all the connections? It's always worked in the past. When I first brought the computer home, I sent an email to several lists with one large attachment. All the emails jammed my outbox. After powering down and rebooting I was able to delete the emails. Since, however, I am unable to send anything. They just pile up in the outbox. I can delete them after repeating the procedure described above.
Can someone help?
Are you getting an error when you're trying to send an e-mail?
In Outlook go to:
2. E-Mail Accounts
3. View or Change Existing E-Mail Accounts
What do you see when you're here?
A friend just signed up for wireless broadband from a distant tall antenna. He is outside the normal range but can get a good signal only when the modem detects the signal from one corner bedroom window.
This makes a near-perfect hardwire connection to his laptop directly, also a near perfect connection hardwired to a router then hardwired from there to laptop. The intent is to use the laptop away from that bedroom location.
He cannot make a wireless connection from the router to the laptop. He ran (and I observed ) every combination we could think of, and have all the usual questions plus one-IS IT NECESSARY FOR THE ROUTER TO BE CONNECTED BY CABLE TO A COMPUTER ? IS IT NECESSARY TO BUY A DESKTOP JUST TO REROUTE THE SIGNAL ?
Any help, especially a sketch would help a lot, we think its hardware, not software problems.
one external modem (provided by ISP) with antenna to the ISP large antenna
one router connected to modem via lan cable
one laptop wireless connection to router (?)
Would help to know what ISP you are using and what is the exact make and model of all your network equipement.
Hi, pls help......
I can now only receive e-mails in Outlook 2003, but cannot send. Error message reports that my Port 25 is blocked (error message: 0x8004109).
Checked the same account on an XP machine using the same POP3 and SMTP servers and router and no problem - can send & receive OK.
Did the same on another VISTA machine and e-mail works OK.
Added a different account to the non-operational VISPA PC and it reports the same error. Problem is definately isolated to my VISTA PC. (32-bit / Packard BELL).
The problem started about a month ago, and prior to that, all systems worked perfectly.
Unisntalled AVG10 completely.
Disabled Firewall. Uninstalled all Windows updates for last 2-months. Created inbound & outbound rule to open PORT 25 (using mmc.exe). No change e-mail still does not sned!
Port 25 does not show using the "netstat -an" command.
ISP reports all systems working correctly on their side.
Computer connected to a hub - router via ethernet cable!
Any suggestions before I take a hammer to the PC?
Hello and welcome to the forum.
Try the following to see if it will help get you back up and running.
Windows Mail problems
Top 11 Free Email Programs for Windows - About Email
Hope this helps if not please post back to this thread and we will see what else can be done...
I have used Thunderbird for years with no problem. I am using version 126.96.36.199. I have four email identities. Starting yesterday, none of my accounts can get mail. I get the following error: An error occcurred with the POP3 mail server. Mail server mail.comcast.net replied: (No more information. The error message doesn't tell me what it "replied.")
I have deleted the passwords for each account because I read on the Thunderbird support forum that this could be the problem. Now, however, it doesn't even prompt me for a password. I just get the error message. I tried to update the Thunderbird software. It says no update available. Then I downloaded and installed the latest version of Thunderbird. Same problem.
I did update to the latest version of Internet Explorer yesterday. I don't know if that could be implicated in the email problem or not.
I am able to get my email on the Comcast server and on my cell phone but Thunderbird will not work. I would appreciate any help.
Check your Thunderbird settings if you have not already done so.POP settingsMozilla’s Thunderbird Settings:Outgoing Server (SMTP):SettingsDescription: ComcastServer Name: smtp.comcast.netPort: 587Security and AuthenticationUse name and password is checkedUser name: your Comcast user nameUse secure authentication: left uncheckedConnection Security (pulldown): STARTTLSServer Settings (these are the incoming settings)Server Type: POP Mail ServerServer Name: mail.comcast.netPort: 995User name: your Comcast user nameSecurity settings sectionUse secure connection: SSL button is selectedUse secure authentication: left uncheckedIMAP settings:can be found here http://customer.xfinity.com/help-and-support/internet/setting-up-thunderbird/Read other 1 answers
I have had Office 2007 for about 6 months now. Since installing it I have not had any problems with Outlook. I have been using Outlook for a number of generations now. Suddenly this week it stopped sending emails. When I tested the connection I get the following error:
Task 'USA.net - Sending' reported error (0x80042109) : 'Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'
I have a number of different accounts using different SMTP settings and none of them work. I contacted my ISP (Comcast and was told that they had made no changes)
I could use a little help here, as my emails are backing up!
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A few weeks ago, I could send my photos to my d drive or e drive to burn to cd.
I nolonger even have that option.
How do I fix this?
I desperately need to get this resolved, as I burn my pics to cd often.
I have Windows XP, and use my internal burner.
Any help would be appreciated.
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I got a reoccurring problem. Every now and then i get a black screen and the signal is cut off. I restart my machine and all works fine. I tried to learn from here abit of what to do but it's way over my head. I got the crash dump here, ill upload it here 101812-15631-01.dmp - Speedy Share - upload your files here
i really dont know whats causing it. I should have good drivers to everything.
Anyone can help me?
It would be easier if you could upload your dump file directly to this site.
Using ctrl+enter no longer works to send IMs (in AOL or AIM) or emails, instead it brings up the My Computer folder in Windows (ME). Is there anyway to fix this error?
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My Windows10 has suddenly started taking longer and longer for my monitor to come to life first thing in the morning. It now seems to take about 2 - 3 minutes! And it seems that I need to press the "Source" button on the screen as well.
- Any advice?
Here is more info about my system:
Operating system: Windows10 Pro (x64)
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 244T
Motherboard: Intel DP55WB (MA TX)
Processor: Intel Core I5 750 2.66GHz
RAM: 8GB = (2GB 1066 DDR3 Memory) x4 modules
Hard disk: SSD 300GB, "INTEL SSDSA2CW300G3 ATA Device"
Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 5770 - S/n: 7 78656 05291 8
AMD RADEON SETTINGS:
Graphics Chipset - AMD Radeon HD 5700 Series
Memory Size - 1024 MB
Memory Type - HyperMemory
Core Clock - 850 MHz
Radeon Settings Version - 2016.0226.1531.27895
Driver Packaging Version - 15.201.1151.1008-151104a-296217E
Provider - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
2D Driver Version - 188.8.131.520
Direct3D? Version - 184.108.40.2068
OpenGL? Version - 220.127.116.1199
OpenCL? Version - 18.104.22.168
AMD Mantle Version - 22.214.171.124
DVD: DVD-RWSATA (BOOT MENU: TSSTcorp CDDVDDW SH-S223C - ATAPI?)
Power supply: 500W ATX 12v 80+ PSU
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I went to start up my computer earlier and it would not boot up properly. Looking online someone mentioned it could be faulty memory. So one by one I took them out and started up the computer to see if it would boot with potentially removing a faulty memory stick. None of them seemed to be causing a problem so after installing all the memory back properly, neither of my monitors no longer receive a signal.
I have tried reconnecting everything and checking all connections. I have tried turning off the computer and extracting the CMOS battery for 30 seconds. Not sure what they next step in solving this is.
I have for some time now only runned single screen on my computer.
now i tried to attach second screen to the Dvi connection on the card but no signan comes to the screen.
Tried to change the cables around to make sure its not the screen - the screen works fine.
Can someone help me figure out why only the top DVI works on the card but the second one doesnt.
First screen runs with cable VGA to DVI
Second screen runs with cable VGA to VGA with VGA to DVI connecter that goes to card
this connecter also works in the top output.
Graficcard: XFX Radeon HD 7770
Screen: Lg Flatron
Hope someone has a great answer for me, that isnt to buy a converter from VGA to HDMI. =)
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My monitor (ViewSonic VA720) is set to turn off after 20 min in the WinXP Power Options Properties. The monitor goes into standby correctly, but will will oftentime not come back on after resuming. It will just show a black screen and the lights on the monitor indicate it's in standby. Pressing the power button on the monitor seems to have to effect. When turning it back on it will say signal out of range, and then go back into standby. My system is:
ABIT KX7 333R
MSI 6600GT 128MB AGP (Driver 163.75)
Windows XP SP2
The only way to fix this is to reboot the machine, which is not always convenient. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Refresh rate in display settings set to max
You may need to check any settings on the display itself too
It used to be that when I did an intentional Send/Receive (as opposed to Outlook doing an automatic timed one) a window came up showing me progress. I think it defaulted to just showing the progress on the right-hand side of the status bar at the bottom, but if I used the menu option Tools -> Send/Receive -> Send/Receive Settings -> Show Progress, it would immediately show the progress of the last Send/Receive. It would also then always pop up that window for subsequent Send/Receives.
Now, however, nothing I can do will cause it to always show the Send/Receive window during intentional Send/Receives. It only shows it on the status bar.
Not sure what I have done that has changed things.
I'm on Windows XP, SP2, but I'm sure it was OK after the install of SP2.
Open Outlook and Click Tools from the top menu then click Send Receive/Send Receive Settings/Show Progress.
That will restore the Progress window.
Just about every time I'm on the computer, either AVG or Prevx1 finds a bunch of files that begin with A010...with various numbers. Extensions include exe, bat, com, and dll. I feel like I have a serious problem here. What do I do?!?
I noticed in your other post you said that you're close to formatting your HD...well before you do that, try this!I suggest posting a HijackThis log in the HJT Logs and Analysis Forum. Here is a link to that Forum: HJT ForumPlease follow the preparation directions and try not to alter your system until you receive help from one of our HJT Team Members. These preparation directions have you run several scanners in order to remove most of the malware on your system and this may help alleviate immediate problems! The preparation directions are found at the following link:Prep Guide for Posting HJT LogsPlease note: Do not try to fix any problems with HJT yourself. This is an advanced tool and requires expert analysis.It may take a couple days to get a response, but please be patient. Once someone gets to your log you will be in good hands! I hope this helps!Read other 1 answers
I am wishing to upgrade the hard drive in my new Envy AIO since it came with only a 5400rpm drive to a hybrid 7200rpm. I have read from previous posts that it is difficult due to the location of the drive sitting behind the curved monitor and to access it you have to remove it. I also have watched a video on someone doing this but they didn't mention how they were able to over come the strong adhesive that attaches the bevel to the monitor without breaking the screen. Is there a documented way to remove the bevel without force? This seems to be a poor engineering design for hard drive replacement or upgrades as well as memory grades where you have to go a step furhter and remove the motherboard since the RAm is located on the back side with no access. I am a computer engineer and very hardware savy and am very concerned about opening up the system to upgrade the hard drive. Any suggestions for removing the bevel safely would be greatly appreciated.Read other answers
I need instructions about how to get the computer to boot from a CD/DVD, so I can test a Backup Recover DVD that I just created. I use Esc and the function-key to reach the Startup Boot Menu, but which option will allow boot from DVD?Error messages, if any: NONEAny changes made to your system before the issue occurred: NONE
Hi: Please read this general guide for how to boot from a DVD on all desktop PC's that come with Windows 8 or newer... http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03659945/Read other 1 answers
Hello. My new (1) month old computer has no power. It's a tower but has a power supply on the cord like a laptop.90W 19.5V.My multimeter says it is only putting out 16 volts.Computer does nothing. Would a 3.5 volt drop in this power cause this?HP support only open 9-5 M-F and it's Sat night.Seems like such a small power supply for even the little tower this is.Can I get this under warranty?Thanks for your time.RobertRead other answers
The HP website claims the 510-a010 has 5.1 channel audio. I have a logitech z506 system properly connected to the 3 jacks in the rear panel. All I can get is stereo. I think I need to reconfigure the back panel jacks but do not know how. Have tried several drivers - current version is 126.96.36.19973, but all drivers on HP site have same issue. Any ideas? Thanks The following text is from the HP spec page for this model. Audio Codec: ALC3863-CGHigh Definition (Azalia) 5.1 channel audio supportAudio jack presence detectionRead other answers
I have a compaq presario (don't laugh, it was free!) model 5000. When I turn it on, I get no response from the monitor. The indicator light doesn't even change from orange to green. Before I get any wisecracks, YES, the monitor is connected. I don't even get a "no signal" warning. What I do know about the computer: it was purchased brand new, so no refurbished parts; and the previous owner tried to swap RAM cards, but didn't know what they were doing. That's about when the infernal thing came into my possession. Any suggestions?
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I've read a few of these threads I've seen but none of the solutions suggested haven't helped.
Midway through playing a game, both monitors flash black and display a "no signal" message. I've tried using another monitor with my computer with the same problem. I left the screens black for about five minutes before I decided to reset, and now I simply can't get anything on my monitors (both of which work on another system in the house).
Is there anything anyone can suggest that may help?
Cleaning my base unit.
Testing monitors with another system.
Testing another system with monitors.
Despite seeing no image, I tried to boot into safe mode.
Unfortunately, the only system specs I can remember are that I'm on Windows XP 64-bit and the graphics card (which I think may be the issue) is an Asus GTS250 DK/HTDI/1GD3 (Details from it's box).
Video input problems can be caused by many things, but to me it just sounds like your graphics card died.
To identify the problem (I assume the computer still 'starts'), please tell me:
Do the monitors work on another computer?
Do you have a computer in which you can try the graphics card? If so, please do and share the results.
Have you had any heat related problems before?
Does your motherboard produce any beeps on startup?
Heat crashes mostly happen during long gaming-sessions, or when the computer is on for a long time.
If the motherboard produces (a) beep(s) on startup, see this for info on the problem.
If the monitor(s) work on another pc, they obviously aren't the problem.
If the graphics card works on another pc, there's probably something else that has died, like the cpu.
I hopes this helps you along (if still necessary ofcourse)
i came from italy bringing my computer on the plane as carry-on in a bag. it might have banged around a few times. there werent however, any times that i think caused sure damage to it. i bought a new monitor on sunday and plugged it in to my computer when it arrived yesterday, the monitor said no signal input. should i get a new video card or is there some other problem that can be fixed??
Open up the case, touch the power supply to ground yourself then remove the video card and re-seat it and restart the computer....