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TFT monitor went dead

While playing a game monitor went black with blue lines and wouldnt power off, after pulling power cord and repluging it, wouldnt power on...

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Hi
How old is your TFT Monitor?
It looks like the Monitor has got some problem.
First, make sure the cables are connected correctly.
Try Changing the connecting cable (between monitor and pc) with another one.
Try using another monitor with your pc & using same cables.
If the problem persits, pls try your monitor on another Computer.
This is all what you can do, if the problem wasn't solved, then maybe the problem is in the monitor that you need to take it to a specialit to repair it for you.
I hope my steps were helpful.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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