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Are you able to boot in SAFE MODE? since your monitor works on one PC, but not another, it could be your screen resolution settings in the OS on the 7000 - safe mode loads only basic windows components - and you should be able to get to the desktop and reset the resolution down to a size that suits the monitor you are using. Alternately, if you are not comfortable with uninstall tools or don't want to waste a day going into safe mode all day long to fix something which may not need attention, if you have access to a spare monitor you can try it on the 7000 and see if you get the same message at normal startup - if you don't - you can lower the resolution a tad once you get to the desktop, shut down as usual, hook the I4ax back up, reboot and see if it works. Either of these suggestions will only cost you a bit of your time - zero money and should have no negative impact on your OS or any associated hardware. This is a simple DIY deal and worth a try at least.

Kogi l4ax 14.1"... | Answered on Dec 19, 2017


Hi, have a look on the computer screen to see if it has a button that indicates as "auto" or adjust or tune and press it. Maybe you will be lucky

Kogi L7CH... | Answered on May 14, 2015


It seems that you may have a faulty switch, I have included a video that covers Video Monitor Repair and generally is the same for most models. Things to keep in mind when repairing units is that components inside can have high voltage, sharp edges and corrosive content.

Each model is a little different yet the component placement and purpose is pretty universal for brands and display units. Please take care when opeining and diagnosing the issues with your unit.

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Kogi Computers &... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


(I posted the latest post.) Change the resolution. (Mine was 1024 by 768, so I changed it first to 800 by 600 and then back to 1024 by 768, and it's back to normal!)

Hope that helps.

Kogi L9CH 19"... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014

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