Classified Adverts Thread, 19 Inch Monitor in Purchasing and Trading; The monitor works fine in BIOS, Dos / shell, however when running an operating it doesnt seem to work (Linux ...
23rd June 2009, 04:10 PM #1
19 Inch Monitor
The monitor works fine in BIOS, Dos / shell, however when running an operating it doesnt seem to work (Linux or Windows), so it is for sale for £10 (plus postage) to whoever wants it for spares/repairs or if you can get it working, then bonus!
If no takers on here by the 25th, then it will go on ebay.
23rd June 2009, 05:44 PM #2
Im curious whether you've tried it with another graphics card.
I say this because a while back we had a Teacher bring his PC in with a Widescreen Monitor he had just bought the day before, it worked right up until the point it entered windows, even after we connected it to a CRT and set the PC to 640x486 16-colour. Tried it with another computer - which it worked fine with. Then we swapped the graphics card in his machine with another similar one we had lying around.
Worked straight away after that - it just didn't like that original card for some reason.
Something to think about anyway.
EDIT: If you decide not to try the above and still want to get rid of it, i'd be quite happy to take it off your hands.
Last edited by Shielder; 23rd June 2009 at 05:48 PM.
Reason: adding extra text & correcting grammar error.
23rd June 2009, 09:17 PM #3
tried on several different PCs with the same result. Bios, MS Dos and SHELL work perfectly fine, but the operating system doesnt show on the monitor, it comes on then after maybe half a second it flicks off
24th June 2009, 09:09 AM #4
Sold to Shielder via PM. Thanks Shielder.
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