How to Fix Input Signal Not Found HP Monitor?

HP has some great computer monitors. However, they all come with a few challenges. One of the challenges is facing the problem of input signal not found HP monitor issue. To resolve this issue, you need to disconnect your monitor and computer.

After 30 seconds, you need to power on your monitor and then your computer. In case the problem is still persisting, then you must make sure that your input and display resolution settings are selected. Also, you need to check that all the cables are undamaged and secure.

Below are some common troubleshooting solutions that you need to apply to fix your problem. 

Troubleshooting the Monitor

Step 1: Disconnect and Restart the Monitor and PC

Before you try any other solution, you need to turn off and disconnect your computer and monitor. After a while, reconnect everything and then turn on your monitor. After that, turn on your computer. 

Step 2: Adjust the Input Setting of Your Monitor

You must make sure that your monitor is set to correct input. For doing this, you need to first know what kind of cable you are using. HP monitors support 4 kinds of cables. These include HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and DVI.

You need to first identify the cord that you are using. Search for your input or source button. You can find the input button located at the left side of your monitor. You can also find it on the backside of the display or bottom. 

When you press the menu button or input button, you will see different options on your monitor. Toggle the input options until you identify the input that matches the cable. 

Step 3: Inspect the Cables

After connecting your monitor to the correct input, you need to check your display cable connections. First of all, you need to ensure that your connection is strong on both ends. A no signal error can appear because of a loose cable and this can also lead to some additional issues such as monitor flickering. You can see this error even if the connection is broken. 

After that, you need to ensure that there are no issues with the cable. See if there are any visible damages. If there are any damages, then you can use a different input cable. When you use a new cable, please ensure that you follow the process in step I and adjust the display input. If this resolves your problem, then that means the faulty display was the cause of your problem. 

Step 4: Adjust Monitor Resolution Settings

Your monitor offers multiple display resolutions, which it can't relay back to your computer. There is a chance that the graphics card of your computer is set on a resolution, which is higher than what your monitor can handle.

It can even lead to the problem of the monitor not turning on at all. To resolve this problem, you must restart your PC in safe mode. In this mode, your computer will use a low display resolution. There, you need to go to the resolution settings of your computer and choose lower standard display resolution. 

Step 5: Make Sure that the Display is Connected to the Graphics Card

All computers have an onboard graphics card unit that corresponds to the connections at the back of your computer. In case this applies to you, then you need to ensure that the cable is connected to the graphics card directly and not to the motherboard. 

Step 6: Remove, Reorder and Reseat the RAM Sticks

There is a chance that your Random Access Memory sicks aren't making a proper connection. To resolve this problem, you need to ensure that your PC is turned off and the power cord is not connected to the outlet.

After that, you need to ground yourself properly. Now, open the PC unit and then fully remove the RAM sticks. In the end, reorder the sticks and insert them back into the RAM seats.

Step 7: Reset BIOS or CMOS

CMOS is a Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor. This battery in your laptop or computer gives power to the BIOS firmware. BIOS stands for Basic input or output system and manages all the important functions of your computer. Resetting BIOS can help you fix a lot of issues. 

One more time, you need to ensure that your computer is turned off and the power cord is disconnected. After that, remove the CMOS battery from the motherboard. Then, you need to hold the power button to drain the excess remaining power. After a minute, you are required to reinsert your CMOS battery into your PC. After that, restart your computer and check if your display is working. 

This is how you fix the problem of input signal not found on HP monitor.

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