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Aoc Monitor No Signal - HDMI

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Earnshaw24, Sep 14, 2014.

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  1. Earnshaw24

    Earnshaw24 Thread Starter

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    Hi people, thanks for reading,

    I have just been using a vacuum on the fan of the computer and unplugged everything. I've now gone to use it again and the AOC monitor is saying 'no signal' I've connected the HDMI cable up just how it was before so I'm completely stumped as to why it's not working now.

    I've tried quite a lot of things but would be interested to know what your suggestions are.

    Many thanks again,
     
  2. Oddba11

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    Could be hardware damage. Vacuums create static electricity. Static destroys electronics.

    Test with a different monitor to verify the computer or monitor is faulty. Or test that monitor on a different computer.
     
  3. Earnshaw24

    Earnshaw24 Thread Starter

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    I've just tried a different monitor this time using the Vat cable as it's not HDMI compatible and that didn't work either (no signal). The PC does load up ok and makes the sound through the speaker that it's started up ok.

    Would you suggest this is damage to the gfx card?
     
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