Question about Dell E173FPf 17" TFT LCD Flat Panel Monitor
Try the obvious first: make sure the cable from your computer is connected tightly to both the computer and the monitor.
Does your monitor have several receptacles for connecting different kinds of cables? If so, there is probably a way to tell it which one is active; my monitor has a button on the front labelled "Input". Look for something similar (switch, button, etc) and try it. Wait a second to see if you get a response; if not, press it again. If you have 4 plugs on your monitor, you may have to do this 4 times.
If you can tell me more about your monitor (make and model) or upload a picture of the place where the cable connects to the monitor, that might give some clues.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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