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CHECK YOUR POWER CABLE.IF THIS IS FINE THEN THEN FIRST YOU DO THIS.
BRING YOUR FRIEND'S COMPUTER AND SEE IF IT IS WORKING,IF IT IS WORKING THEN GO TO CONTROL PANEL>ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS>DEVICE MANAGER,THEN SEARCH YOUR MODEL NUMBER OF YOUR LCD MONITOR,THEN RIGHT CLICK THERE>PROPERTIES>USE THIS DEVICE..IF THIS IS DISABLED PLEASE ENABLE IT AND IT WILL WORK.IF YOU SEE ENABLED PREVIOUSLY THEN YOUR DEVICE IS NOT YOUR WORKING.GO TO THE MANUFACTURER TO REPAIR.

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Older monitors(CRT type) are using complex circuit than LCD, It requires more power consumption than LCD, but you can still save power by 30% through this tip.
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Check there are no strong magnets neat the monitor.
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i need more specifics

what is the mdoel of the computer, monitor, what game was she/he playing ?
what condition or state is the monitor in now ?
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then remove your computer power, remove VGA cable, remove VGA power cable. then
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2- connect VGA power but do not power on.
3- connect computer power on but do not turn on
4- turn on computer first and 3 second turn on your lcd.

if NOT try powering on computer then Monitor then power the computer then monitor.
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