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    Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    From last 4 month my lenovo laptop which is loaded with windows xp is behaving strangely to me. When I start it, the monitor flashes on and off continuously before showing the windows vista logo. I have already visited many forums but still failed to find any solution for this.



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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    Hello,

    The problem is related to the BIOS settings.
    For the BIOS settings there are codes for every blink and every beep.
    If your computer is having such an issue than show it to the store or to the company.
    You can try installing a new OS in the laptop and see if it behaves in the same way.

    regards
    -Abhishek

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    sandi.jkv Array
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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    problem is related to the BIOS settings.
    For the BIOS settings there are codes for every blink and every beep.
    If your computer is having such an issue than show it to the store or to the company.
    and some times it may be of virus attacks also so, once run antivirus and see

    all the best

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    I think your problem is hardware or software realeted.
    First choose good and full verison new OS in your desktop.
    If it not remove your problem.
    Then check your hardware and if it is in warrenty period then show it in company .
    It solve your problem.

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?



    dear friend,

    bios setting consists with codes of every blink & beep of your laptop screen.

    so it may be the problem of the bios setup.

    open bios setting at the time of booting & check all the systems are OK or not.

    you may try to install a new OS to check whether it shows further problem or not.

    if none of this works, so to the service provider of your laptop & make a servicing.

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    I had the same problem. I was able to fix it doing this
    1)Right-click on My Computer
    2)Select Management. Allow the program to start up
    3)Select Device Manager
    4)find your video card
    5)Right-click and select uninstall
    6)allow the computer to reinstall the card automatically
    7)If it doesn't work soon, try rebooting your computer.

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    Hi,

    To solve your problem first of all check all cable and connectors of the monitor. Possibly the connector of the visual card may have some loose connection.

    As you are using a laptop you have very little option to check the connection or see inside of the laptop.

    Have a virus check at the earliest.

    Contact the service center who will evaluate the situation.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    Hello hi..


    This problem might be related with the BIOS and also with the Mother board .

    which some times produces beep sound in the same scenario .

    Removing the RAM from the slot and fixing it back again might fix the problem .

    but it is case sensitive , so you need to visit the Service center before the issue gets bigger .



    Thank you...

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    ckanth Array
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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    Hi Friend,

    This is BIOS and Motherboard Problem
    Each and Every reaction of the Starting of System is Loaded into BIOS settings
    you check the RAM of your system once
    You check after completion of booting your system is Protected with good Anti-virus or not
    Still Problem is there Take the system to Service Center.

    Thank you.,

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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    first of all go to the desktop

    then right click on my computer icon

    then click on manage option

    then a window will appear

    select device manager

    then select the video card

    then right click and uninstall it

    then allow the system to reinstall the card

    if this does not happens soon then restart your device

    if the problem still remains

    then contact to the nearest service center


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    Re: Monitor Flashes On and Off continuously before showing the starting windows vista?

    To resolve your issue first off look at all cable tv in addition to connectors from the monitor. Most likely the connector from the visual unit card often have a number of free connection.

    Since you are employing a pc an individual have little option to look for the connection or perhaps see throughout the laptop.
    Possess a computer virus look at with the earliest.
    Speak to a support heart which will assess the situation.

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