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It's 2010 and I still can't just plug in a monitor and have it work

Q: It's 2010 and I still can't just plug in a monitor and have it work

Seriously I might expect this with Windows 98 but 12 years later and I still can't plug in a new Samsung SyncMaster 226BW and have Windows set the correct resolution. The correct resolution isn't even available to set manually!

Drivers from the Samsung website are no help. Graphics card is completely up to date.



Preferred Solution: It's 2010 and I still can't just plug in a monitor and have it work

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: It's 2010 and I still can't just plug in a monitor and have it work

I cannot help but think this is a Samsung driver issue. I have a dual LG display but had to install the driver for each for Windows to permit their respective resolutions. Another, less likely source could be ATi's CCC if you are running same.


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I have small Medion laptop computer with LG LCD monitor.

It all worked fine for two weeks but now when I start my PC monitror does not respond. It stays in stand-by mode. If I unplug the monitor it says "Check you input cable" so I guess monitor knows it is connected to a PC but PC won't run it.

What could be the problem?


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Hi.... You guys helped me so much with another problem, (birthday present for son)...hoping you can help again. Temporarily, my mom has hooked up her computer in our house, but didn't have a monitor, so used our flat panel from our Dimension 2400. We ended up using HERS (not a flat panel, but a newer dell) and tonight I switched them back. Now our my son's Dell flat panel, which is supposed to be a plug and play PLANAR, will not register. The system is using the default VGA and all the text is too big, doesn't give any other display options but 16 bit. I tried turning the computer off for about a half hour and restarting, then unplugging the monitor, turning the pc on, and plugging the monitor in after the pc was started, hoping to see the "new hardware found" msg, but nothing. Why won't it detect the right settings automatically? (I recently also reloaded the entire system from the original boot cd again, since it was really congested). Help anyone?

A:Help... Monitor switch, now Plug & Play won't work?

Make sure you have the correct drivers, or plug it into the other vga adapter.

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lenova g580 no screen work with windows 10, work only from hdmi monitor.build in monitor do not work.how do repair?

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This is kind of a strange problem, but my monitor plug is missing a few of the prongs that are inserted into the computer. I was wondering if this could be fixed, or do I need to buy a new monitor?

A:Monitor Plug

I just had a look at a spare and it seems to have a few holes where you would think pins should be, works fine.

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Monitor Buying Guide Dec. 2010 - Monitor Technology

Panel technology
CRTs have effectively been replaced by their thinner and brighter sister, the LCD. Under the umbrella of LCD technology, there are a few choices to consider before buying a monitor. First, you'll have to decide which panel technology is right for you.

The three main panel technologies currently used in LCDs are: twisted nematic (TN), vertical alignment (VA), and in-plane switching (IPS). Manufacturers make the vast majority of consumer monitors using TN panels.

Not surprising, TN panels are the cheapest of the three technologies to make. With a few exceptions, monitors that cost $300 or less will likely have TN panels. The main advantages of TN panels are their fast--usually 2ms--response time and, of course, low price. Their major disadvantages are narrow viewing angles, relatively low brightness, and inaccurate color reproduction.

Next up are VA (mostly seen as S-PVA) panels. VAs have improved viewing angles compared with TNs, better color reproduction, and they typically have a much higher maximum brightness. Also, they tend to have the lowest black levels of all three panel technologies. Unfortunately, a VA panel's response time and input lag are not quite as fast as a TN panel, and they can cost anywhere from $400 to $800, and sometimes more depending on the panel's size. Also, you can expect a VA-based monitor's profile to be wider than a TN's.

Lastly, we have ... Read more

A:Monitor Buying Guide Dec. 2010 - Monitor Technology

Thanks for that, Brink. I was just pondering a monitor purchase and as usual was inundated with acronyms and obscure terminology.

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When I boot my system my monitor has 3 of everything on the desk top...( I know my old eyes are bad), but I do the "add new hardware" to correct this every time...any suggestions to help me would be appreciated.
Monitor: Nec MultiSync A500 ( I now old old)
OS: win 98se

A:Monitor Plug and Play

Try starting your computer up in safe mode. and check the resolution setting of the graphics. If it is set too high for your old old monitor as you put it, lower the resolution. Try 800X600. Also try setting your color quality to a lower setting.

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I purchased an Acer monitor today to use as my second monitor. Whenever I plug the Acer monitor in I get a BSOD right away. I have tried to boot up my PC with just the new monitor plugged in and not my original, and I get the BSOD immidiately after I sign into my PC account. I have tried updating my drivers and restarting many times, no installation CD came with it so I'm not sure if I need to install something for it to work.

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I have an Emachine T-5026 with an Intel 915GAG board. Ubuntu 7.10 is installed. I currently have a SOYO 24" LCD monitor in the system, (1920 X 1200 native resoution).
Ubuntu will not pick this monitor up at more than 640 X 480 resolution. I couldn't find a video driver for the Linux at Intel's support page. What now?

The previous monitor was a Westinghouse 22" at 1680 X 1050 resolution. Ubuntu picked this up at a maximum of 1280 X 1024.

The Intel XP video drivers for this chipset will provide all native resolutions.

A:No Plug n' Play Monitor

Perhaps install an inexpensive graphics card which does have driver support for Linux.

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I am trying to install a 17" LCD Monitor with a no name LCD controller that has no plug and play capability. I have tried turning off hidden modes (works in 2000 Pro) and changing the monitor type to standard LCD 1280 by 1024. In the display information window it show 1280 by 1024 but it is displaying 640 by 480.

Anyone have a work around this feature of XP Pro? Oh, yes I have tried this on XP Home and it works up to 1024 by 768. Which is better then I get with XP Pro.

Thanks for any help I can get.

A:Non Plug and Play Monitor

check the manufacturers site for a driver for it,but if it is working in pro reinstall your video drivers

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Pc is hp b6840 but no idea wgerectge actual disk drice is either

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Is there any tool to monitor IE in terms of the creating and destruction of plug-in instances?

Thank you

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I have a little problem...
I have CTX PR705F monitor whch doesn't have drivers(even in CTX homepage). I was sad that it should be found as Plug & Play monitor and work properly. But it didn't, it found it as a standard monitor. So, does anyone know how you can chose Plug & PLay manually?
I tryed reinstallng and 'manually chosing' the drivers but couldn't find plug & PLay
Any ideas?
(I have Win ME)

A:Plug & Play monitor

Right-click on your desktop and chose "Properties". That will bring you to the "Display" option in "Control Panel". Click on "Settings", and then on the "Advanced" button near the bottom.

Next, click on the "Change" button near the top of the new window and then look for and select "Plug and Play Monitor". Windoze should be able to find and load the standard Plug and Play monitor drivers for you.

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I bought a new motherboard (Asus A8R-MVP) and the thing where you plug the monitor is a male and my monitors cable is a male at the end as well. If you don't know what a male and female is, then here's a pic

Do I buy this to solve the problem?

Thanks in advance,

A:Need help with monitor plug and mobo

Yes that would be what you want.

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Right so I have an old pc but it's been upgraded a few times and I've not had any issues with it for a long time.

I' quite good with pcs but this has stumped me.

So I turn the pc on and it starts up normally (the tower) but everything else just didn't work with the pc so like the keyboard is not lit up the mouse is not lit up and my screen says it can't find a connction so it just turns off.

Now I know all of them are working because I tried them with a diffrnt pc. But is not working with this pc.

I've been stuck on this for months and help is welcome.

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What do I need to do to get a new plug in mic to work. I use to use one but now I cant

A:new plug in mic wont work

I do not understand what you mean. Is it a 3.5mm jack mic or a USB mic?

Are you plugging in the mic into the front jack input on your machine or the back? Is it a laptop or a tower?

Also what is your machine make and model?

More info and details are needed.

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I got a little prob and i'd be glad you could solve it asap

i've been away from my parent's home for few months and my pc (asus i7 delux, which i bought last year) stayed there, useless and shut off.
Now, when i'm trying to turn it on, it goes all well, yet the monitor, keyboard, usb connection, and basically, any plug from its backside won't work.
When i tried to connect something to the usb connection from the front, it worked well. the dvd-rom works plainly clear too.
I open the pc and saw no unplugged wires.

What could make such a problem? power maybe?
dusting it was my first action, so i couldn't be it.

A:Backside plug-ins won't work

Have you run some good scans for infestations... Windows Security Essentials, Avira Antivir, Malware Bytes, and SuperAntispyware, to be sure it is not just a bunch of infestations?

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I am running windows xp and bought a new plug in mic that will plug in to front or back and cant get it to work. It is not a usb plug. I have no problem with the sound on it at all just with the mic. I was in a conference call with someone and I could hear them but they could not hear me thru the mic..I have a del 9200 and it did work at one time...

A:Plug in mic wont work

Hi ask a friend to try the mic on their computer to check it is working

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I do not get any sound whenever I plug in speakers to my Acer TravelMate 2480 laptop (Windows XP).

I do get sound normally on the computer, but just not with plugged-in speakers, and I have tried more than one set of speakers. I have looked at my sound settings and they all look normal. I tried all the settings for speaker setup/control panel, one at a time, and none of them worked.

A:Plug-in Speakers Do Not Work

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Hi everybody
My name is Majid , I live in Iraq ,
Due to electric power crisis in my country , I replaced my old , 500 watts monitor with second hand Fujitsu LCD monitor (50) watts , so that I could work on UPS for longer period of time , the problem is the connector is not standard "D" type , it's MDR28 ,28 pin , having a built-in speaker , .
Any body please help me with pin assignment , to convert it to standard "D" type ?

Thank you

A:Fujitsu monitor plug assignment

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I plug in vga cable and nothing shows up. I've tested with a laptop and it work fine it showed up. So it's not the wire or the Monitor . It's the computer but idk what

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Hey! I bought a plug and play monitor with embeded speakers.. The monitor works great! But the speakers do not!!! I have everything plugged in right and it still doesn't work.

The monitor/speakers I bought is the 17 inch LCD monitor by Westinghouse
When I go to the sound and audio devices part of the control pannel, it sais "No Audio Device"
When I go to the hardware part it says that everything is working properly.
I am running windows XP Home Edition
I was thinking my computer is confused and only thinks it is a monitor, but the speaker part has its own seperate plug (the little green type)

I don't know what else to say about it so I guess we can just start with that.

A:Plug and play Monitor/Speakers

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I just got a new Compaq Desktop computer and was woundering why it detects default monitor insted of the monitor i have hooked up it wont install the driver for the monitor.

A:Monitor wont plug and play

Do you have the driver for your display adapter installed? Have you tried installing the monitor driver manually?

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Good Morning,
I purchased a refurbished Acer K202HQL Monitor to connect to my Acer E5-575 Laptop running Windows 10. The monitor is supposed to be plug and play, but it is not. I cannot get the monitor to work with the laptop. It is connected by a cable, like the ones that come with printers. It came with the monitor. The monitor does not have a port for an HDMI cable, but the laptop does.

Device Manager has a PnP Monitor driver. I have tried to updated the driver, and get "Windows has determined that the best driver for this device is already installed." I have also scanned for hardware changes and find none.

I have also scanned for hardware changes in Device Manager for Display Adapters and there are none.

When I try to add the monitor as a device in Device Manager it is not found.

When I go into Display Settings the monitor is not found.

I am stuck. Ideas please...TY!

A:Acer Monitor Not Plug & Play

According to its support site, the Acer K202HQL 19.5" LCD monitor has 2 different video connectors:




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I am using windows 7 64bit and i have a hdmi cable hooked up to my monitor for my computer, I have it hooked up to the ati radeon 5770 pci express
Every since i upgraded to the latest versions of catalyst everytime i turn my computer on the screen is not the right size about 2 to 3 inches is black and i have to right click on desktop and goto ati control panel and then just click ok to make the monitor use the whole screen i have to do this everytime i start my computer and it is very annoying. How can i get it to save my settings so i dont have to do this everytime i start my pc thanks.

A:Problem with monitor and hdmi plug

Can you set up a profile?

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My monitor is a 17" TFT LCD Monitor made by Hanon Model: L-1715.
The monitor will not turn on as the PSU green light is flashing when I plug it in to the monitor. When i diconnect the monitor from the PSU, the PSU green light becomes constant like it should be, so..
the PSU green light stays constant when not plugged into the monitor.
as soon as i plug the PSU into the monitor the green light starts flashing and my monitor won't work
please help

A:Monitor PSU is fine until I plug it in!! WAAAATT

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Having issue on the monitor DisplayPort Hot Plug issue on the  HP EliteDisplay E222.  The monitor wiil lost signal after reinsert the DisplayPort or the monitor power plug.  Did follow the instruction to change both Source Detection mode and DP Hot-Plug Detection mode to Always Active, some of the PC able to recover the screen after hot plug, but some of them failed. Noted that all of the PCs are using Intel(R) HD Graphic 530 Display adapter. 

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I recently upgraded my board and processor from a pentium 450 to an AMD while keeping my drives. I am operating on windows 98se. My new board has built in onboard 64 meg graphics while my old system had on board 8 meg. My problem is, I cannot change the monitor settings. It is set at 16 colors and 640x480 res. I have only two color selections available, 2 and 16.
I have tried various bios changes, driver updates, reinstalling windows and also deleting the device and rebooting.

Any Ideas?

A:Plug and play monitor problem

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I have a PIII 700 motherboard with an on-board SIS 630 graphics card.

I updated the drivers for the graphics card recently, and it works just fine, with one exception - when the computer boots up, it doesn not load the driver for the plug and play monitor!

If I check the display properties (via Control Panel), it seems that the monitor cannot be recognised, and consequently the power scheme settings for the monitor do not work and have to be reset.

If I run the 'Add new hardware' applet, it finds the 'Plug and Play Monitor' immediately, and the system returns to normal!

I have been to the monitor manufacturer site (Logix) and can't find any specific drivers for the monitor. That doesn't seem to be the issue. I assume that it's probably tied up with the order in which things are being loaded, but I can't work out how to alter this?

This one has me stumped. Hope someone can help.

A:Can't identify plug and play monitor

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Hi, I recent came across another monitor, and I'm trying to use it as a dual display monitor (the kind where you can drag things across both monitors, etc). My graphics card is a Nvidia GeForce GT 240 and it has a VGA port and DVI port. I bought a DVI to AGP plug (DVI male, AGP female) since the other monitor has a AGP male plug. However, when I plug it in it isn't detected, nor is it detected when I plug it into the motherboard AGP port. Both monitors work when I use them with the AGP port on my graphics card. Also, in device manager, if they are both plugged in, they both show up.

Any suggestions?

A:Extra Monitor not being detected, may have something to do with AGP/DVI plug

I think you mean D-Sub, not AGP. AGP is a type of graphics card slot on the motherboard. On the chance that the adapter is bad, try another brand. They are relatively inexpensive.

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Hi Guys

this problem, which is actually a three part problem, has been bothering me for quite some time and I haven't been able to google myself to the solution. So now i am reaching out to you geniouses to, hopefully, help me find a solution.

Here goes ,ahem, I am running Vista Home Basic on my laptop.
For some reason Plug and Play on the computer does not work and never has :(. It is possible to run USB-devices on my computer if i manually find the drivers every time, but I do not always have internet access or time to look for the drivers. So it has really become a problem for me. Someone said to me that if i just get SP1 for vista, this should fix the problem.
But then realized that Windows Automatic Update was enabled on my computer and thought that SP1, must already be on my computer. Or No?
The third part of the question is; due to the fact that i could not find anything indicating wether i had SP1 installed or not - how do i check this?

My main focus and the real problem is getting these simple USB sticks to work without windows having to search for the driver, which it never finds.
We are talking things like usb-mouses, printers, storages. Basic stuff like that.

Any help would be much apreciated

A:[SOLVED] My plug and play does not work :(

to check if you have vista sp1 check out the screenshot.

or go start > right click on computer and click on properties

As to it not recognizing ur usb devices , maybe their not generic and not popular thus needing a third party driver.

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Hey all.

I can't track down the exact thing that changed, but many of my internet plug-ins (QuickTime, Silverlight, Air) won't work properly. I will install the plug-in, then when I go to a site that requires it, it says it's not installed, despite clearly being the Program registry.

When I use QuickTime, I can go to various sites that have QT movies and they load fine, but if I go to Apple.com, it says I need to grab the newest QuickTime.

Silverlight apps won't load at all.

Any time I go to Adobe's marketplace for AIR apps, despite having one running, it says that I need to install Air.

This is in both IE7 and Firefox.


A:Internet Plug-ins don't work on Vista x64

Do you have UAC or a Virus Scan program turned on?

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I've pulled the old Fan out. When I google the PN: hi. 10800.028 e
I learn it's Socket 775, 95mm which I confirmed by measuring fan diameter.

Tiger Direct shows this right-priced replacement model which matches every spec except it has a 3 pin plug: VALUE SOCKET T/775 HEATSINK at TigerDirect.com. They don't know if 3 pin plug works when 4 pins are present on mobo and original part has 4 pin plug.

There's also this used one which exactly matches PN: Acer HI.10800.028 Heatsink and Fan Gateway AX3400G X1420G X1920G

And this one for twice the price that matches even the Acer model number: New Acer Aspire X1200 X1300 X1301 X1800 X3200 X3300 X3810 Cpu Fan. But he doesn't wanna spend that much.
We only need the fan.

A:Will 3pin CPU fan plug work with 4 pins?

It should work, but you won't have fan control - always on, full speed.

Desktop Boards — 3-wire and 4-wire fan connectors

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Will SDRAM work on a DDR2 Plug?

A:Will SDRAM work on a DDR2 Plug?

In a word no. Both use different dimm slots and are not compatible with each other.

Regards Howard

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I have done everything I know to do from uninstalling, reinstalling, getting a new usb sound card -- everything. I have using Windows 10. And I have several mics most in headphones, but one external usb mic. Everyone of them work for a moment -- then mute themselves after a few minutes. I have changed the setting to "do nothing" and changed the properties to "Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device." I have restored defaults. I am perplexed to say the least, and our IT guy is as well. Please help me as soon as possible. I need to make some recordings.

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I recently connected a Gateway VX1130 Diamondtron 22-inch CRT monitor to my IBM computer running Windows XP. The colors on the monitor are way off, even after trying to adjust them using the controls on the monitor itself. There's nothing wrong with the monitor; I got it from my uncle and colors showed up beautifully when he had it on his computer.

I thought downloading the monitor's driver might solve the problem, but every time I try to install it, I get a screen that says something along the lines of it won't install because the computer is using the generic Plug and Play driver instead. How can I get it to recognize the monitor's actual driver instead of the Plug and Play? And more importantly, if I am able to get the official driver to work, will the colors show up more accurately, or would I just be wasting my time?

A:Actual monitor driver vs. Plug and Play

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Hello genius folk! Help needed please. My PC is on WinXP SP3. My monitor went kerplunk the other day so just bought a used one that I saw working perfectly before I bought it (it's a 17" Relisys). I hooked it up to my PC and loaded through to my desktop fine, except the resolution wasn't great and a white bar stayed in the middle of the screen which read OUT OF RANGE. I looked into this and did the properties>settings>monitor>change values thing and changed the resolution down a step (can't remember what resolution, sorry). I had to do the obligatory restart for values to take effect and it loads through the XP scroll page, then goes black and the same white bar with OUT OF RANGE comes up again and the whole screen is now black - I can't get out of it. Have I messed up my machine? I'm not very techy, sorry. Any clues/help on this would be most awesome. Many thanks in advance. Simon

A:Plug n' Pray monitor has left me puzzled - help please :)

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Hello all,

I have been having a problem with my monitor setup for ages and am now at the end of my tether...so need some help!

I have a Digimate L-1931W monitor, in plain speak, a 19" Widescreen TFT LCD monitor. The screen had been flickering (losing channels) for a while and I have diagnosed the cable as being the culpret (A VGA D-Sub, 15 pin cable). Change the cable you say...which I have done 3 times. Herein lays the problem.

This is where I show my staggering ignorance. The original cable seems to allow my windows XP machine to locate and install an appropriate driver for the monitor, and my Nvidia adapter has the monitor listed as a "M19W". Using any other VGA cable means that the monitor is listed as a "CRT" monitor in my nvidia control panel, and is impossible to change. Being CRT, it gives me no option to have the relevant widescreen resolution (in this case 1440 x 900), and also annoyingly flickers on and off as if it has a CRT gun! (when changing resolution).

Does anybody have any idea why changing a VGA cable would disable the plug and play driver installation from my monitor? Many thanks for any help.

A:Plug and Play Monitor Driver Issue

Not fixed...not fixed...not fixed

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As said , my primary monitor disconnects as soon as I plug in my secondary one , the secondary one instantly becomes the only one recognized D:
nVidia GeForce 970
Intel 4970k
Corsair 16gb ram
thanks for helping :D

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I have a Viewsonic Optiquest Q7b-3 monitor. For the longest time, it was working just fine on me... until just the other day. Now, whenever I plug it in, it won't turn on. If I hook up the monitor to a PC or a Laptop, the little light under the power button will flash about three times, stop, and nothing will show up on the monitor.

About half a year ago, it did something similar to this, but I was able to fix it by replacing a domed capacitor. It worked perfectly... Up until now, of course. I opened up the monitor, and after looking at all the capacitors, none of them seem bad or even domed this time.

Here's the thing though; while I have it opened up and it's plugged into the wall, I can hear a faint buzzing noise. The faint noise sounds sorta like "Wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh", and will continue until I unplug it.

Anyone have any idea's? It is now trashcan-filler, or do you think it is still repairable?

Any replies will be appreciated. Thanks in advance~

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I have just reinstalled Windows XP on my computer....Obviously my computer is not picking up my video card, monitor, etc....it is the same monitor that came with my Dell Dimension 2400 desktop computer, How do I make this work?

A:My Plug and Play monitor isnt working!

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is there an abdaptor i can use and if so where do i buy one my new tower is a HPslimline model 260=p030xt  ------when i bought new tower salesman said evertthing would connect ----old tower was HP PAVILLION ELITE  HPE    THANKS ROR ANY INFO

A:Bought new tower but monitor cord won't fit new plug in take...

@KC-13 Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums! Here is a link to the specs for your HP tower PC:  https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05152614 Under the Back I/O Ports it shows both VGA and HDMI video jacks. You would need an adapter to connect either of these to your monitor, if it does not have either a VGA or HDMI jack.Good Luck

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DVI Monitor cable goes to what socket on the cards? Don't want to try experimenting, I'm quite unlucky at that, Any clues will be appreciated.

A:sli video, two 7800gtx's 4 places to plug monitor

since nobody else has answered this, I will chime in here...

With standard single video cards with dual monitor capabilty, it never mattered which output connector you used (the vid card would sense which one was plugged in)... I can only assume that it wouldn't matter in your case either. In SLI mode, the 2 cards function as 1 single card.

I can almost assure you that if it did not state in your video card or motherboard manual which connector to plug the monitor into, then it doesn't matter. when you plug it into any "socket" it will be recognized and configured from there. In any case it won't do any harm to plug it into a different output

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My microphone does not work after I reboot/start my computer unless I unplug it for about 5 seconds and plug it back in so RealTek can redetect it. Then it works fine until I shut it off or reboot the computer and then I must do it again.

I have looked on Google and I can't find anything, just other people having the same exact problem without fixes.

I have a BIOSTAR TA790GXB A2+ AM2+/AM2 AMD 790GX Full-Atx mobo from newegg right here: Newegg.com - BIOSTAR TA790GXB A2+ AM2+/AM2 AMD 790GX ATX AMD Motherboard - AMD Motherboards

I have the latest BIOS version as well. I used the BIOS update utility that came on the motherboard CD. I also have the latest RealTek drivers and have tried reinstalling several times. And like I said before, this was happening before I reformatted too, but strangely about 2 weeks before I formatted it just stopped happening and worked fine...... so strange.

Help please!


A:Mic doesn't work unless i unplug, plug back in

Make sure that your front audio ports are plugged into the motherboard, and are not loose.

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will Soundblaster X-Fi Extreme work as plug and play on my computer? It currently has the onboard sound

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when I plug my PS/2 mouse in, it beeps and doesn´t work... please help me, maybe it is something with bios or i dont know, but the mouse is working well. I have tried it on other pc and it worked so...PLEASE

A:when I plug my PCI mouse in, it beeps and doesn´t work...

I think you mean you have a PS/2 mouse. Try another mouse, and see if that cures the problem. If not remove the mouse from Device Manager and on re-boot let Windows re-detect it to see if that helps.

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