asked on 19th Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
First of all I would advise you to install the video drivers, it needs to be latest, compatible with Windows XP so please visit the manufacturers website and download the latest video drivers. Please follow these steps:
(a) Go to the BIOS and disable onboard video is any.
(b) Uninstall any video software/utility.
(c) Install the new downloaded driver as an administrator.
(d) If there is a firmware update available for Video card, update it.
(e) Update the BIOS for better hardware compatibility.
(f) If you have an LCD monitor, without the video cable, keep it powered on and see if the video stays for 5-10 minutes, be on the menu screen and reset it to factory defaults.
(g) Use a good video cable to connect the monitor to the video card.
(h) Set the correct input source in monitor.
(i) Power on the system and open the display properties and see if the refresh rate and screen resolution is correctly set and the monitor is recognized.
(j) Test the monitor again and see if everything is file
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