AOC i2769Vm LED Monitor not working after move

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I finally arranged a home office in my apartment, thus having to move my desktop from the living room to the new space (short distance, no bumps). I obviously had to disconnect everything, and reassemble the computer-monitor-printer workstation again. The problem is that the monitor is not working. I know I plugged in all correctly (I even have each slot and cable labelled). The computer starts with no problem, but the only response from my monitor is the tiny power LED indicator. What could the problem be? What could I have done wrong, when the setting is exactly the same?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #183180

AOC i2769Vm LED Monitor not working after move

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Hi Paul, If you do have another CPU to check the monitor if it’s going to turn up.  By doing so, you will know if the monitor is the problem or somewhere between the cable and the CPU. Or try this trick, if you haven’t tweaked anything in your monitor’s settings, then just try to turn on your CPU, but not the monitor,just let it be off for the moment, but keep the cables connected. Now, turn off your CPU, and this time turn on your monitor. This simple procedure is like rebooting the monitor since with the advent of LCD’s and digital monitors, companies incorporate micro processors inside the monitors and sometimes these things do crash like your CPU. So, these tiny processors sometimes needed rebooting too. 

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AOC i2769Vm LED Monitor not working after move

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Check again if your monitor previously worked before you transferred it to the new location. Because if the monitor works before you transferred, you probably need to check the video card on your CPU. You should also check if the video cable of your monitor is properly connected to the video port on your CPU.

Normally, if the video cable is not properly connected to the video port, you would see the message “No Signal” displayed on the monitor. But if you don’t see this on your monitor and is only completely black, you need to check the video card. Shut down the CPU then open the CPU case. Unscrew the video card from the case then remove it from the slot.

Insert it again on the same slot and then connect the video cable to the video port. Start the computer and see if the monitor works now. In case it doesn’t, transfer the video card to another slot and then try it again. If there is no problem with your graphics card, you should be able to see something again on the monitor after transferring to another slot.

Once the monitor works, fasten the video card again to the case with the screw and then close the CPU case.

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