Need to fix Windows errors? ASR Pro can help
In some cases, your computer may display an error message prompting you to troubleshoot your computer monitor. There can be many reasons for this error to appear. Check for hangs or video issues on a known-good monitor.Check for physical damage.Check for display or video issues in Windows Safe Mode.Update your graphics card (GPU) driver, monitor driver, chipset drivers, and BIOS.Download and install Microsoft Windows updates.
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Why is my monitor not displaying?
If your signal cable is not properly connected, your monitor will display most of the “Check signal cable” message. Check most of the graphics cards on your computer and make sure they are properly installed. If you are using a DVI cable, press the Source button on the monitor and make sure the source is connected to a digital channel.
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What is the first thing to do when troubleshooting a monitor?
Make sure the monitor is on and the indicator is on.Check the cables and wires connecting the monitor to the hard drive.Disconnect all peripherals except for the mouse, keyboard, and monitor.Try connecting the monitor to another PC using the problematic monitor cable.
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Make sure the cable is connected to the correct image connector. Most new graphics cards havemultiple connectors, and your motherboard may also have its own connector.
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Computer monitor problems are most likely due to several reasons, including electrical and wiring problems, interference, an issue with the display adapter or computer drivers, or a dilemma with the monitor itself.