Yeah I tried that. Hmph.
Try disconnecting the video cable, power cable and anything attached to it and reconnecting - sometimes a loose connection happens
Aero,Got up this morning, turned my computer on, but the monitor won't come on. If it's got power, there is an amber light when it's off, but that doesn't show up, and the blue one definitely doesn't show up.
I tried turning it on with the computer off, still nothing. Is it ded? LG 19" LCD, don't remember the model.
Do you have an old video card laying around? Try to swap the card out. That seems to be the first area to try since it is visuals you are lacking right now. If that doesnt work try a spare monitor. If it comes on then call LG regarding the age of your monitor and warranty status. They are usually good at sending better monitors back then you orig sent for repair.
For grins, try swapping the power cord from the PC to the monitor. It's rare that a power cord will go bad, but it's worth checking. Not to sound condescending, but you might also want to make sure that wall outlet has power, and a breaker or something isn't tripped.
No, I don't think that little of you, but you'd be surprised how often it's something insignificant that's overlooked.
all good suggestions - check for loose connections, then check your video card - it could be not sending a "wakeup" command to the screen. even better, hook the screen up to your laptop/what ever u are using to post right now . if it doenst wake with that, the there could be a bigger issue with your screen
Just tried a different monitor, it works fine. So the LG is dead, for some reason. Year and a half old, pfft.
Call em up to see what they can do. They should take it, and replace it since its so young.Just tried a different monitor, it works fine. So the LG is dead, for some reason. Year and a half old, pfft.
OK, heres a cheap and nasty way of blocking internet access except to specified sites on workstations. This is especially good if you (or your clients or whoever) are too cheap to buy proxy software.
In the Internet Explorer (or Firefox or whatever) settings, I place a "fake" proxy server, generally giving it the localhost ip address (127.0.0.1). Then in the "Bypass Proxy Server" area, I add the few websites that they need to have access to. Finally, I lock down the Internet Explorer settings so they can't change the proxy settings.
This works well for locations like warehouses where the staff need to get to online tracking systems, but not to ****, or support staff who need to get to stationary ordering websites, but not to MySpaceFaceTwitterBeboBook.com. Doesn't work so well where there are dozens of allowed sites though, too much work.
The easiest way is by group policy, but you can also do it via Registry modifications.
Try using UPnP both in router and azureus. Never really used that, but if you have UPnP capable router and check that option in azureus it should be able to forward ports automagicaly
Whats a good antivirus program for mac? Hopefully free. Anything like AVG?