Blank screen but Hard Drive and all connections are working

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Hi,

I have tried switching on my PC but the monitor is blank. The Hard Disk functions well and all connections are properly connected. I guess the monitor is good because it shows an orange light. However, it is still blank. What is the problem and how do I fix such?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #135527

Blank screen but Hard Drive and all connections are working

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Hi Hannahwtc.

I think there is a problem in your hard disc or in other connections. There are two possibilities.

1. If your monitor gets white then there is a connection problem. Check if all the lines are connected or not. There might some fault in connection line.

2. If it is completely blank then there must be a problem in your Motherboard. You might have to change the Motherboard of your computer.

Note: If you don't know how to set this up, call in an expert for the safety of your computer.

Thank you.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #326312

Blank screen but Hard Drive and all connections are working

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When the LED indicator on the monitor is in orange color, it means there is no signal coming from the CPU or from the video port. This is the same when you turn on the monitor but the CPU is turned off. It indicates that the display is not receiving anything from the computer. You will not see anything from the monitor when it is orange.

The normal color of the LED indicator should be light green or yellow green. If your CPU is running but your monitor is in orange color and remains black, check the video cable at the back of the CPU. Disconnect the cable from the video port then plug it back in. If this doesn’t work, try connecting the monitor to another working computer then see if the problem follows.

If the problem is the same, the monitor needs servicing. Bring it to an electronic repair shop to have it checked. In case the monitor is working fine on the other computer, the problem is probably with your display adapter. If you are using a dedicated video card, plug the monitor to the built-in video card then replace the dedicated video card with a new one.

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