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Screen shows no image after plugging everything back

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#1 Laiesken


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Posted 22 October 2014 - 06:23 PM

Some 5 days ago I had to move my desktop PC and all its external hardware (screen, keyboard, mouse, headphones) to another room, for which I unplugged everything. After 5 days unplugged I moved everything back to its place, plugging all back in its plugs. When I turned the computer on everything went fine, except the screen, plugged to the electric network and to the GPU with a DVI connection. The screen is powered, but after a first green light in its power indicator as it starts getting power, shows, it turns to an orange power indicator and the screen displays a 'No signal detected' message. It's weird, because five days before it just worked fine, without a single problem.

The model of my screen is a BenQ XL2410t. My GPU is an NVidia GTX570.

I've tried to change plugs, which means plugging the screen end of the DVI in the GPU, and the GPU end in the screen, to the same result.

I still haven't checked thoroughly whether the GPU has moved of its place though. I don't think it has: a side of my computer it's transparent, and everything seems to be in its place.

Well, so that's everything I can tell you. If you need other info just ask. I hope you guys can help me out, since it would be a pain to carry it in public transport! Have a great Thursday, and thanks in advance ;)!

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#2 JohnC_21


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Posted 22 October 2014 - 06:33 PM

Just a thought. I don't know your motherboard but if it has integrated graphics make sure it did not somehow get enabled in BIOS.

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