No Signal display on monitor

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Do I need to replace my monitor? When I turn on my Desktop I am sure that it boots normally and I can hear the sound so I can really say that my computer is working fine except the monitor. Is this somewhat related to software or my monitor needs to be replaced?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119452

No Signal display on monitor

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The best thing you can do is to purchase a new monitor and replace the old one. And ensure that you will just let anything fix by a licensed technician. Do not ever ask someone who doesn't have enough experience on the same matter or you will just make things worst. There are many technicians who can repair it especially if they have enough knowledge on monitor issues.

 

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No Signal display on monitor

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  1. Check the cable linking your CPU to your monitor might not be properly plugged in or it might be damaged. You should ensure that the two devices are properly connected and that the cable is in working condition.
  2. Your monitor might be the problem if your CPU makes a single beep sound when you start up your system. You can check whether the problem comes from your monitor by testing it to another CPU. If you still have "No Signal" displayed, you may need to replace it or get it fixed by a professional.
  3. If you receive several error beeps when starting the computer, this might be linked to a graphics card problem. You can refer to the motherboard notice or check that the connection has been properly set.

 

 

Answered By 10 points N/A #119454

No Signal display on monitor

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Thank you very much Protonix_x. You were right, after trying my monitor in other computer, it's obviously the problem. I had the monitor checked and found out that I really have to replace it. Thank you again. Thanks TechyV!

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