Monitor not detecting signals from computers.

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asked Sep 9, 2010 by iTechnologyz (1,296 points)
My computer is not detecting signals from my computer, my computer turns on, I hear the startup sounds when I turn on the computer from my headphones. No beeps from computer.

The main problem is, the screen isn't turning on like it should be during startup.

I suspect the problem was because my computer was going into hibernation when I forced my computer to turn off.

Computer specifications:

 - Windows Vista Home Premium (Which Sucks).
 - Asus M2N68-AM Plus motherboard.
 - nVIDIA GeForce 7025.
 - HP w1907 Monitor.

4 Answers

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answered Sep 9, 2010 by airwolf (7,980 points)
Have you checked the connections between the monitor and the computer itself? Maybe the monitor setting is on a wrong setting? Can you please check?
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answered Sep 9, 2010 by Uelogy (2,431 points)
Have you tested with another monitor?

maybe its the vid-card.
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answered Sep 9, 2010 by Stormintech (16 points)
If you have the chance, try to connect your computer to a TV or another montitor and see if any image shows up, if so, then the problem is the monitor. Otherwise It's unlikely that the videocard is the cause because it wouldn't even boot up, and you'd hear a BIOS beep-code. good luck on that =)
commented Sep 9, 2010 by Headwards (4,455 points)
upvote, however i wouldnt rule out the video card.  first find out if it IS the video card or display by using another display then go from there.  i would also suggest trying onboard vga if your computer has that  (remove graphics card first or it wont work)
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answered Sep 9, 2010 by Techeads (121 points)
The motherboard uses the NVIDIA Geforce 7025/nForce 630a which needs to be be setup in the BIOS. Set BIOS to compatibility mode first and if the system hangs due to overclocking failure no not clear CMOS data, restart and change BIOS. Does the monitor work on anther system?
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