Question about Computers & Internet
I strongly suggest adding a comment with more info like what kind of computer you are using (laptop/pc; windows/mac, etc)
I have two solutions:
If you are using a desktop: I know this sounds silly, but check the cable. You might just have a loose connection.
If you are using a laptop or you are positive that it is NOT your cable, you have a more serious issue on your hand. Either your computer is malfunctioning or your monitor is dead.
Sorry, hope this helps. Be sure to check those cables! In fact, steal your roommates/little sisters/girlfriends and try hers as well just to make sure its not the cable itself!
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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