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No rgb input signal helpppppppppppppppp
If you can get access at the back of your monitor look for the I/O board. This board is where the antenna and audio/video input are pack in.
Just check for the socket loose connection. Lock properly the connectors and resolder loose terminal connections in the I/O board
on Feb 06, 2011
How to install monteror Q19wb without a CD
1. A lot of Laptops will be able to detect your monitor as a plug and play device.
Try hooking up the monitor to the laptop's VGA (Blue port with 15 pins in three rows of 5). You will need a vga cable to do this.
Once the monitor is connected and both devices are powered on check your laptop keyboard for a key or button with a picture of a monitor or CRT/LCD written on it.
Often this will be a secondary function key. (On my laptop you switch displays by hitting the Fn key and F8)
2. If this doesn't work you may have a problem with the video card and might consider sending it to the manufacturer for repair or getting a replacement (not a novice task)
If its still under warranty you can probably send it in and get the LCD or Video card replaced.
I see that this post is quite old, and you have probably found an alternate solution by now, but I hope that you or someone else finds this information useful.
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on Jun 24, 2010
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