Question about HP Computers & Internet
How do you know the monitor is the problem? Try your computer with a different good monitor. If it has the same problem then the computer is at fault. If it works correctly then the monitor is at fault. Is this a CRT or LCD monitor? If it is a CRT monitor (with a big picture tube like old TVs) it would probably not be worth repairing. You can buy used ones pretty cheap. If it is a flat LCD monitor you would need to get a repair estimate and weigh that against the cost of a new one. Anything can be fixed but if repairs are more than new what would be the point?
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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