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Small blue screen that says '' No composite input signal''

Running vista - Dell 19" monitor less than a yr. old - I think my cat walked on my keyboard and caused this, but not sure

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    My little brother was playing with the screen's buttons. Now you see two screens. The main window and a small blue one that says no signal. what do i do?

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Go to menu on the monitor and choose setting then reset the default

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If the monitor is making the noise , the monitor circuit baord has gone bad.
If you have purchased the monitor on a seprate order from dell it would be covered under 3 yr warranty. If the same has been bought with the Dell computer , it would hold the computer warranty. would request you call the manufacturer.

Before you call Dell , you can try the following things
1. Disconnect call cables from the back of the montior
2. Press the power button a couple of times in the front of the monitor to drain any resident charge
3. Reconnect the power cable
4. check if you see the monitor self test running and if the noise is still there with there

Thanks
Proton

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