I'm running this again, in case someone has had a brainwave or it is seen by new eyes.
This is the link for last time I ran it...
Windows 7 64 bit Pro
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost
PSU CORSAIR CX750
CPU Intel Quad Core i7-2600K
Sound Card Soundblaster Z
Somewhere around the middle of last year my monitor started saying 'No Signal detected'. Then go on 'Stand By'. I tried all sorts of things. Like...
Switching the monitor on and off
Unplugging it and re-plugging it to the PC
Rebooting the PC
Switching the PC fully off, then on again
Eventually the monitor would come on and all would be fine, until either the next day or a few days later. Then I would have to go through the whole scenario again and again. Until eventually nomatter what I did it wouldn't come on at all.
So I hooked up a spare TV it came on straight away. But the screen was smaller than I wanted for playing on line games. So I bought a new monitor. It came on straight away. My thought was the old monitor must have become faulty. But I didn't chuck it out.
A few months later and the new monitor started doing the same thing as the older one had done. So, I plugged the old one in again. Straight away it was up and running, no problems. Until another few weeks passed and it all started again. Once again I swapped back to the new one and it was fine for a while.
Then nomatter what I did it just said 'No Signal Detected'
So then I thought perhaps it was the Graphics Card? So I plugged the monitor into the on board graphics port 'Intel HD Graphics & Media' and it came on straight away. How long it would be before it once again starts acting up I don't know.
But, whatever, as it stands It's not good enough or fast enough for online MMORPG's, which I am somewhat addicted to.
Many people have suggested many things and I have tried most of their suggestions and some of my own ideas.
All this started after I moved the PC into a garden office. Because of the insulation in the office my PC is unable to connect to the in house router wirelessly. So I had to set up wall outlet/socket extenders, which connect to my PC via an Ethernet lead.
There are more things I have tried since all this, but I don't want to muddy the waters and stop your creative juices flowing.
Edited by hamluis, 25 February 2015 - 10:29 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.