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oh no i have same monitor well the only thing i know to do is take it apart and wiggle stuff maybe a culprit will show up if noting then i would just replace on mine the power plug on the back came loose now i cant take out the plug else itll be useless
If the bios setup is running evrything is ok except the hard disk.
To find out if there is any problem with monitor just put off the monitor and disconnect it from the cpu. Then turn it back on. If the no signal message is coming, then monitor is ok.
Your hard disk is the main suspect
If the same blue screen comes then monitor need repairs.
You may also try with another monitor on your computer to see the results. If the sane happens it is the hard disk
you must attatch agp(accelareted graphics port) card in pci slot it is specially for 3d games and excellent video output fast motion responce but if you want to see normal ordinary display then no need of agp card