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Have a new monitor and have been using it for 2 days now cant get into windows says no signal

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No signal means there is no communication between your monitor and your system unit.check and be sure your monitor signal cable is firmly connected,if nothing happens, try the monitor on your friend's system.if no change then try and replace the monitor signal cable, eyo7 eyoifiok2005@yahoo.com

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