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Alrite so my friend is having trouble with his computer its an E-machines and when he turns it on it doesn't load what it says Cable Signal Not Detected

so i figured that it would mean that the cable going from the tower to the monitor was the problem or the monitor so he took his tower and attached it with a different wire to the screen, no luck so he connected the tower with the same different wire to a different monitor still no luck

Any Ideas?
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does his computer have onboard video? an expansion vidoe card (PCI or AGP)? or both?

also..could you please remove the 2 images from your signature...they're pretty big...at that size it's gonna make any thread that you start or post in..very hard to navigate
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there ya go

i got to ask him and i'll do so in a few

Edited by Caffiene_Powered, 22 January 2006 - 02:12 PM.

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idk but he just told me that the problem solved itself go figure
well sry for wasting your time
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