I changed so many VGA cables and also checked with some monitors but problem not solved. I checked all monitor and cpu settings but not used. When i take screen shots and saw the screen shot in other device all are clear but in my pc it's not shows. please help me with this issue.Hi, and welcome to TSG.
If this is happening with a separate monitor connected to your computer, check if the display has any on-screen settings menus. If so, do the areas that are supposed to be white appear to be white? This should help isolate if the problem is in the monitor or in the computer or its connecting cable.
You need to supply more details when posting a problem on this site, such as manufacturers names and model numbers for the hardware involved.
Okay i have a doubt. is there any graphic card required for this configuration system??Your red analog VGA output is not working. You could try reloading the video drivers for the computer's video controller. If that doesn't help, you can check if something is way off in the video software settings control panel(s). Beyond that, there is a good chance the VGA connector or the electronics driving the red output are broken.
Thanks for your reply.. I saw the above link but there is not available video controller drivers for windows 32 Bit.Your Biostar H61MLV2 Ver 8.0 motherboard has a built-in video controller with a VGA output. It also has one PCI-E 3.0 x16 slot that I think would support a video controller expansion card.
Here is a link to an overview of your motherboard that has a link to a download page that includes video controller drivers for the built-in video controller.
What version of Windows are you running?
I believe the x86 version drivers are for 32 bit versions of Windows. You would need to choose from Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 that matches your particular OS.I am using Windows 32 Bit Os
Yes i'm using built in video controller. there is no vga card.EDIT:
Can you please confirm you are using the motherboard's built-in video controller and not a video card plugged into an expansion slot?
Does your computer show any Power On Self Test (POST) information on the screen before loading Windows? If so, is it white text or cyan (light blue) text. White text would most likely indicate a driver problem or possibly a misconfigured video properties setting. Cyan text would most like be caused by a hardware problem on the motherboard.
I believe the x86 version drivers are for 32 bit versions of Windows. You would need to choose from Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 that matches your particular OS.
You still have not said what version of Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, etc.) is running on your computer.And also i'm tried windows xp, windows 8 32bit , now windows 7 32bit. but problem not solved.
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