Solved Help me with the question regarding acer 24 inch LED monitor

June 22, 2017 at 11:40:23
Specs: Windows, Assembled/16 GB
I am using acer 24 inch led monitor. I have been using it from the past 2 yrs. Recently we shifted the house I can't use my computer after dismandling it and setting them again. What could be the problem. Please help me. All I can see is signal not found and off that's it.

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June 22, 2017 at 12:38:42
Can 't say much from the limited amount you have given except that when you see a "no signal" message it is a fair indication that the monitor itself is working. If there is more than one monitor socket make sure your monitor is on the right one. Check your monitor connections by pulling the plug(s) out then in again firmly.

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June 22, 2017 at 13:04:59
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Derek is correct. "No signal" indicates the monitor is working but it's not getting a video signal from the tower.

When the tower is started, do you hear a single beep, multiple beeps, or no beeps at all? What type of cable are you using to connect the monitor to the tower - VGA, DVI, or HDMI? If you're not sure, here's what they look like: http://www.differencebetween.info/s...

Does your tower have a video card or does it have integrated graphics? If it has a card but you connected the monitor cable to the integrated graphics port, that would explain the "no signal". If a card is installed, the monitor cable MUST be connected to the card's graphics port. Once again, if you're not sure, here's the difference: http://en.community.dell.com/resize...


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#3
June 22, 2017 at 14:00:14
Moving a desktop computer (be it tower or workstation design) can occasionally dislodge the internal cards; typically the graphics display card...

Suggest you remove "all" power connections - no mains connected at all. Then open the case, and carefully remove and re-insert all the plugin cards... Then power up again and see if things are OK?


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#4
June 22, 2017 at 15:07:31
I have known edge connector issues raise their ugly heads when things are moved. The connections sit there for years working fine but with oxide gradually surrounding them. The lease movement can pop them onto the bad parts and cause trouble. Oxide can be hardly visible so if all else fails clean edge connectors with a soft pencil eraser. In particular include graphics cards and RAM.

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