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Monitor i cant get my monitor to recognise my lcd monitor, it just says no signal,i have this problem only when i reinstall my computer hard drive, i usually solve it by connecting the monitor up to my old crt monitor, then reconnecting it up to my lcd, it solves the problem, but i dont have a crt monitor now.

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The computer is not accepting the card drivers or resolution out of range ...you may need start in safe mode then reinstall the drivers for the monitor. To start in safe mode you need to press the f8 button while starting up the PC. choose safe mode and wait for the PC to start up... right click my computer then choose properties and hardware and device manager.. look for the display driver and uninstall it..then re-install it and se if it works

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