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Emachine destop not recognising acer lcd monitor

This secondhand desktop couldnt recognise flat monitor i attached to it. so i couldnt see if booting is ok. even if i have to find and download the monitor drivers online i couldnt because nothing shows on the screen except the 'no signal' message that came on briefly . how do i get the drivers, assuming this is what is lacking? the desktop is emachine. and the flat monitor is acer AL511

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It sounds more like the computer isn't starting up. The "no signal" message is coming from the monitor itself to tell you it's on but there's nothing coming in to display. Normally no special drivers are required for the monitor, and you'd see at least the computer maker's splash screen and BIOS messages if the computer was starting up properly.

You'll need to determine what is keeping the computer from starting up. Make sure it's getting AC power and that the power light comes on when you press the front panel power button. You may need a power supply. If the computer comes on but doesn't boot you may have memory problems or trouble with the motherboard. But your monitor is working properly.

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