Question about Computers & Internet
Could be you monitor or vga card have gone bad. If you have a known working monitor connect it to your pc & see if it show something. I fit does, your old monitor maybe bad & maybe replaced. If it doesn't show anything, you vga card maybe bad. You can replace the vga card which maybe the culprit.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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