Question about ASUS P5GD1 Motherboard
Hi chorltonred1, this sound like a monitor problem. To check this try plugging in another (known to be good), monitor if at all possible. (This is the fastest way to check for a bad or going bad monitor).
If your current monitor is still under a warranty, contact the manufacture.
(Most monitors come with a one year warranty & some carry a three year warranty).
Include the monitor's model number & manufacture's name. It may be possible to check if it is warranted. This will also allow me to check if its possible to repair the monitor.
Let's not assume it is a problem with the motherboard just yet.
Good luck chorltonred1!
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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