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Monitor Loses Signal After Xp Load Screen


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#1 Triplesixkoe

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Posted 29 November 2007 - 07:43 PM

Hello. I am new here so please go easy on me. I have an HP media center m7287c. It has windows xp Home. Here is my problem. Just recently my computer will not boot completely and/or my monitor shuts off. I have tested my monitor with 2 other pc's and there is nothing wrong with the monitor itself. But when I turn on the Computer the montitor receives a good signal. I can see the blue HP screen that says F11 for system recovery, F1 for setup, etc. It then goes into the "load" screen where it says Windows XP with the little moving bars below it. After it is done loading... the light on my monitor goes from GREEN TO ORANGE and the monitor "goes to sleep" and turns black. Obviously its not getting a signal and I don't know why. Meanwhile the computer doesn't reboot, it stays on, the temperatures are all normal. I have not done anything to it in terms of hardware. It is "stock" and has an integrated monitor input rather than an AGP or PCI video card. What might be wrong, what can I do...and HOW? Thank you in advance.
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Posted 29 November 2007 - 07:59 PM

Hmm..I experienced that once.Why dont you try to reboot and start in safe mode. I think it will work during safe mode and not normal mode. Some say it's the graphic card problem but I think it must have something to do with the refresh rate. Try it, safe mode.

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