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#1 fu510N

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 08:39 PM

At our office Christmas Party last year, I won a Kreisen 27" LCD TV...I already have a 40" TV, so I was using this one for my bedroom...Well, I want to know use it as a Computer Monitor, but am having a lot of trouble...I connected the computer with a monitor cable, and set the resolution and everything, and booted up. It displayed the boot screen fine, but when it gets to the welcome screen, (Windows XP), it goes out and a message on the Monitor reads "No Signal". I looked this up online and didn't find much, I called their tech support, but can't even understand them, not sure what country they are in...It is a Krisen KR-270T. I tried going into the PC mode for the monitor and still nothing...Any help would be appreciated....

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 10:44 PM

What refresh rate is the video card set to? Can the the show video in safe mode?
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