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Please check whether the monitor is set to the correct settings. If you feel its incorrect, most LCD/TFT monitors come with an auto set up button which will restore the display to one that usually works. In case it still doesnt work, you might need to connect your pc to a different monitor and check the display settings. You could also try to download the drivers for this monitor and then re-connect the monitor and see if it works.
Pls temporarily install a older monitor then check the display sttings ,set it to the lowest resolution apply and then check whether its working on the old monitor.Then shut down and connect the new monitor and power on the monitor should work
Hope this solves your problem same I met before. There are a lot of queries it may involve here to streamline the problem. Well, first try to reset the monitor setting manually in OSD mode, then select different frequencies there and try each. To much with your PC video card frequency try changing the video adapter frequency properties on PC GUID or operating system video card panel. Try lower frequency first..
If the problem persist, like you've said it changes back to default setting when pressing the monitor setting buttons, there must be some problem in the circuit board of the monitor it cannot hold the frequency settings due to cold solder on control processor section and buttons. Other major defect is the CMOS chip to hold the settings and or bad caps.