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If all drivers are updated and you are positive monitor is ok then it must be the connection in between (video cable) or there is a slight chance the video card is gone bad.
I would try a new video cable first
Try reseating the video card in the slot on the board (take it out and put it back in)
Try the monitor on a different PC if possible with the same cable you are using on yours.
If monitor works fine on different pc and cable is good then also try different video card if possible (even if yours is not old) I’ve seen new cards suddenly have problems for various reasons everything from video cable had a little to much tension on it and the solder connections on the video card came loose all the way to the card just decided to quit working from some sort of defect so I wouldn’t rule out the possibility.
But the most common reason for the problem your having is usually loose connection on back of monitor or PC or bad video cable.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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