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Signal is not coming from pc to monitor

prabahar91 3Posts Monday December 7, 2009Registration date September 23, 2012Last seen - Latest answer on Sep 23, 2012 04:05PM
Hello,
today noon iget my HDD after it get claimed on warranty.. i connected to my pc and during installing the OS the monitor didnt get receive the signal. so again i disconnected the HDD, ram and then reconnected the components. after that the screen starts to work. after getting installed the OS and the procedure gets completed, i put the computer to sleep and went to attend my phone call.
when i again put the pc to ON from sleep state the monitor didnt receive the signal. again i removed all hardwares and reassembled it didnt work. i then removed the graphics card and reinstalled still that problem didnt get resolved.
pls help me from this critical situation.
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I think u didnt get my problem.. even from the start up there is no signal. even the intel booting screen is not getting displayed. i checked out my hdd using USB to SATA converter with my laptop, its working properly. checked my screen its also working properly. the screen just be blank. even the no signal indication is not coming, so something is coming from my pc to monitor. i removed my graphic card and gave the vga output directly to motherboard VGA port. still it is in the same condition.
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Hello,

I strongly suggest that you update your graphic card driver.

Good luck
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Sorry, seems that another monitor would receive a signal as your back lights may be fried.
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but my monitor working properly with another pc
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Now you tell me!

1. Check you cables and cable connections

2. Try another video card (I know, it's easy said, like I never carry an extra graphic card, so I go see a technician)
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