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-usually the power cord for the monitor and the desktop computer is the same
-try connecting the power cord of your computer to your monitor and if it fits you can go to your local computer shop and buy a power cord for your desktop computer
Or you can just type in 12v 2.5A LCD Adapter in an Ebay search. You can usually find a bunch of buy now power supplies that come with cords for a decent price. I've been using one of these for a year or so on my monitor.
Look for a reset button on the monitor back. Make sure there is power at the receptacle. Check the power cord to make sure if it good and power is actually getting to the monitor. If you find the power cord is good, then you probably need to just buy another monitor. Cost more to fix a used one than to buy a new one.
I would definitely buy this product. A new 17 " goes anywhere from $140-$200 and a power cable is no biggy and you can find a spare one anywhere. If its gauranteed to be working I wouldnt let the offer pass by the gateway monitors still are great nowawayds I personally have the hd2400 24" one and I love the contrast of gateway monitors. Hope my answer gets you closer to a solution. Please Help rate me if I helped you out or not I am new but a very good tech.