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Windows 7: ASUS VE248Q Monitor - No VGA Signal & HDMI not working


19 Nov 2012   #1

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ASUS VE248Q Monitor - No VGA Signal & HDMI not working

Hi All,

I just set-up my new Asus computer with an Asus monitor. It seemed like a straight-forward task. I hooked up both the VGA and HDMI cables to the nVIDIA graphics card slot in the back of the tower.

I keeping getting this message "VGA No Signal". I tested the VGA cable by using it on my old computer. It works fine. I used my old cable on the new monitor and same message.

If I remove the HDMI cable from the graphic card slot the monitor works! I figured once I had Windows 7 set-up it would take the HDMI cable but no such luck.

Is there something wrong with this new monitor, the graphic card slot or I just missed something.

Also, I find the system is very slow to start-up even though the computer is much more powerful than my six year old computer.

Thanks, ms

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02 Sep 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Hi All,

Solved this one myself. There was a short in the power supply at the back of the monitor.
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