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No Signal

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kat731, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. kat731
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    Hi all,

    had a call yesterday, PC keeps rebooting after Windows starting up... Get the Windows logo, and then the following, then reboot.

    "Video Input
    1 D - Sub
    ! No Signal"

    Tried safe mode/Last known good etc..
    Grand kids been there playing games blah blah....

    Monitor is NEC 1960NX, told them to try another monitor incase thats it, will Google the manual..

    Anyone had this/thoughts?

    Kat
     
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  2. greenbrucelee
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    DVI cable knackered perhaps
     
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  3. jk2447

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    If you are seeing the Windows logo and its letting you even select Safe Mode its probably a corrupt file somewhere. Change your bios settings to make it boot from your DVD drive, insert your Windows disk, save and exit so it boots the disk. There should be an option to Repair Windows. Jim
     
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  4. kat731
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    kat731 Megabyte Poster

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    Ok thanks for that.
    Think i'll give my UBCD a blast and see if there's file probs..
     
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  5. Mr.Cheeks

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    Agree with Recovery Console
     
  6. Bluerinse
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    Kat, they are getting this error from the *monitor* because windows is re-booting, so you lost the video input signal. this is normal.

    A Windows repair is a good idea.
     
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  7. kat731
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    Thanks guys,
    Pete, yeh, sorta makes sense when ya think. Wonder what they did?? Umm, well, i'll try it tomorrow and let ya know.
    K
     
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  8. kat731
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    Thanks guys,
    Solved, UBCD... Chkdsk file probs.
     
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