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Monitor i restarted my computer last night and when the computer back on, the monitor is still not working. I checked all the connections behind the CPU all correct. The monitor is blank.

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    Johnny Tucker May 11, 2010

    Is there any power light on the monitor on? Be sure it is on/plugged in, etc.

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Turn off all the power from your pc en did a cold restart? if that doesn't work, your videocard is broken or if its an slot card, you can try disconnecting the power plug from the motherboard wait about a minute then replug en start up your pc , now it should reconize your pluged in card again.

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