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No input data

The monitor does not bring up any thing when i check source it says no input data

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Generally this means that the monitor is not getting a signal from the computer.

You can also get this message when a computer goes into standby. Pressing a key or moving the mouse can bring it back.

Some monitors have Dual inputs. DVI and VGA make sure in the menu screen the correct input is selected.

If you reboot your computer system and it's fine until windows begins to start then you know your monitor and graphics card is fine and a computer screen resolution setting is at fault.

Use a working monitor to change the resolution, or if you don't have one while the computer is booting press F8 and select safe mode in the menu, log in and change the resolution then reboot.

Check that the monitors cable is securely attached to the computer at both ends.

Try the monitor on a different computer.

If it works fine on a different computer you probably have a bad graphics card on the computer it was attached to.

If it does not and you have the same problem then there is a problem with the monitor.

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