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No Display On Your Monitor?
You might have plugged in your monitor to the wrong port.
This issue is the most asked question most users.
A lot of users have encountered this issue and asking us on how to fix this issue. This problem apparently come out of the blue as soon as they brought their PC back home or when they have received their PC through postage.
Here are some workaround on this annoying error:
Check Your Physical Connection.
Located at the back of the PC and at the back of your monitor, check the cables and see if they are connected properly or if there’s any loose cable.
The GeForce GTX 1650 above has 1 DVI port, 1 HDMI port (connected) and 1 DisplayPort (DP).
Some graphic cards, especially high end ones, have more display output such as above.
Connecting the Cable
HOWEVER, some users still possess older monitors that uses the older VGA cable like this.
And they tend to connect their monitors to the motherboard instead of the graphic card.
This is the common mistake that leads to the issue of no display.
Remember to always connect your display monitor directly to the graphic card output even if your motherboard does have HDMI port.
If upgrading your monitor is not an option, you may purchase a signal converter such as HDMI-to-VGA or DVI-to-VGA.
Check The Monitor Display Input
Some monitor does not automatically detects the display input. So, you need to check the monitor’s OSD setting and make sure that the selected input is according to the cable that is connected to the monitor.
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