Question about Computers & Internet
Unplug your VGA cable and Switch on the monitor. It Should display a message that Cable is not plugged in like. If that message comes then monitor is alright. Once again plug and check the VGA cable of your monitor. If it works than its ok. Otherwise there is a problem in your display card which is present in the motherboard. You can insert an new display card or graphic card into your motherboard. Thank you.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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