It can be incredibly frustrating when your monitor won’t connect to your PC. After all, what good is a computer without a monitor to display its output? Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to get your monitor up and running again.
First, make sure that both your monitor and your PC are turned on and that the appropriate cables are securely connected. If everything is plugged in and turned on, but your monitor still isn’t displaying anything, try pressing the “auto” or “input” button on your monitor. This will cause it to cycle through the different input modes it supports until it finds one that works. If that doesn’t work, try pressing the menu button on your monitor and navigating to the “input” or “source” menu. From there, you should be able to select the correct input mode manually.
If your monitor still isn’t displaying anything, the problem may be with your graphics card. Open up your computer’s case and locate the graphics card. It will usually be in a slot near the top of the motherboard. Once you’ve found it, remove the card and inspect it for any signs of damage. If everything looks okay, try reinserting the card and securing it in place. If that doesn’t work, try borrowing a friend’s graphics card and seeing if that gets your monitor working.
If you’re still having trouble, the problem may be with your monitor itself. Try connecting your monitor to a different computer and see if it works. If it does, the problem is almost certainly with your PC and not your monitor. If your monitor still isn’t working, it’s likely that it’s defective and will need to be replaced.
We hope this article has helped you get your monitor up and running again. If you’re still having trouble, feel free to contact our support team for further assistance.