Solved Screen problem of desktop computer

February 12, 2014 at 22:03:27
Specs: Windows 7
what's the most common solution of screen problem for desktop computer ?
what i mean here what's the right way or right arrangment to solve a prblem like this , what's the points i should do ? when i face problem like this ?

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February 14, 2014 at 03:21:14
First check that the monitor is getting power.
If it isn't, your brother may have unplugged it from the wall,
or you may have plugged it into a switchable outlet that you
forgot to turn on. Or you may simply have forgotten to turn
the monitor's power switch on.

I was once sitting at the computer, typing, when the monitor
suddenly clunked out. Surprised the heck out of me. After
a while I figured out what must have happened. The power
button on the monitor was a big rectangle. The "Enter" key
on my keyboard was a big rectangle. While I was typing,
instead of reaching over and hitting the "Enter" key on the
keyboard, I reached up and hit the power button on the
monitor.

Check that the video cable is plugged in at both ends.
Check that the monitor is switched to the right input source.
For example, VGA or DVI or HDMI. I have two DVI ports
on mine. It would be easy to mistake DVI-2 for DVI-1.
Check that the monitor brightness isn't turned all the way
down, and that the color balance controls aren't messed up.
And all the other controls on the monitor that might possibly
cause whatever problem you might be having.

Then try plugging a different monitor into your computer,
and / or plugging your monitor into a different computer.

That's where you start...

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis



#1
February 12, 2014 at 22:54:17
"what's the most common solution of screen problem for desktop computer ?"

What is the average length of a piece of string?

Your question doesn't address the problem you are having.
Repost your question to address the problem you are having. We have no idea what issues you are having, or what you are even talking about.

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#2
February 13, 2014 at 01:00:06
So you're looking for a gereralized flow chart for diagnosing screen problems? Maybe something like this:

http://dangerousintersection.org/wp...

(What, no help there?)
A few things to consider:

Is it a problem with the monitor or monitor cable?
Is it a problem with the video adapter?
Is it a driver problem?
Is it the computer and not the video that's bad?

And of course things branch off from there.

Oh, I did find this. It might give you some ideas:

http://fixingmycomputer.com/


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#3
February 13, 2014 at 13:23:31
Probably the most common solution is to replace the monitor but, as already given, it is not the only one.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#4
February 14, 2014 at 03:21:14
✔ Best Answer
First check that the monitor is getting power.
If it isn't, your brother may have unplugged it from the wall,
or you may have plugged it into a switchable outlet that you
forgot to turn on. Or you may simply have forgotten to turn
the monitor's power switch on.

I was once sitting at the computer, typing, when the monitor
suddenly clunked out. Surprised the heck out of me. After
a while I figured out what must have happened. The power
button on the monitor was a big rectangle. The "Enter" key
on my keyboard was a big rectangle. While I was typing,
instead of reaching over and hitting the "Enter" key on the
keyboard, I reached up and hit the power button on the
monitor.

Check that the video cable is plugged in at both ends.
Check that the monitor is switched to the right input source.
For example, VGA or DVI or HDMI. I have two DVI ports
on mine. It would be easy to mistake DVI-2 for DVI-1.
Check that the monitor brightness isn't turned all the way
down, and that the color balance controls aren't messed up.
And all the other controls on the monitor that might possibly
cause whatever problem you might be having.

Then try plugging a different monitor into your computer,
and / or plugging your monitor into a different computer.

That's where you start...

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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#5
February 15, 2014 at 03:52:40
Thank you for all of u guys who helped me , I Really surprized , immedite Response

Thank u again Tom' Guied,

So Greatful


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#6
February 15, 2014 at 10:33:35
Is it OK now, if so what was the fix?

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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