I went to gateways site and looked for a driver for this monitor, and was pretty much told that windows 2000 will aoutomaticly recognize the new monitor.
Any thing would be helpful.
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Switch the PC off then switch the monitor off with its power button, switch the monitor on so you have the standby light, boot the PC and keep tapping the F8 key until you get options, choose safe mode
an orange or amber light means your monitor is not getting a signal.
Are you certain you are plugged into the correct port? Some PCs that came with integrated video, and then someone added a different videocard later, will have the integrated video disabled.
you've probably pluged it in the serial port. It's very similar to the video card port.
except the serial is a male and the vga port is a female--be pretty hard to mess that one up..unless the guy at the store is a complete twit and gave you the wrong adapters
definite lack of signal, sounds like
3 adapters? Can you elaborate
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