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Make sure that the monitor is turned on and has power. Make sure
that the display's power cord is plugged into a working wall outlet,
and that it's properly connected to the power adapter. (To check if the
wall socket is working, plug in a lamp or other electrical device.)
Check that all video cable connections to the computer video port and to the monitor are properly connected.
Examine the pins on the video cable connector to make sure they are not bent or damaged in any way.
Connect a known working display (if you have an extra one available). If you see video after doing so, replace your old display.
Unplug the video cable and then turn on the monitor, check any message is showing in monitor if its shown means ur monitor is ok or else their is a problem in monitor..
Hello, make sure that the power supply is propertly connect to the mobo and look for the cmos jumper and try moving it, also take out the cmos battery and wait 2 minutes. Thanks let me know if it helps.