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There are many reasons of this as: 1. Check your power connections 2. Check if your monitor is on or off 3. Check your monitor is working or not by switching it on 4. Check the connection of your monitor from your big box/CPU
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Make sure your monitor has power and that the VGA cord or USB cord is properly connected. If your monitor has power (power light is on), disconnect the VGA or USB cord from it, but leave the power on. This will tell you if the monitor is working as it shold display a message like self check or no signal detected and then proceed to display a screen saver. If not then I'd suspect your monitor. If the monitor is ok, then try a different cable between your computer and the monitor. If that fails, then your video card may be defective.
When you say "When I turn on the computer the monitor acts like it is getting no power", do you mean the light on monitor doesn't come on or it does and it states it has "No Signal"? If it says no signal then it is receiving power just no signal from computer. What kind of connection is it? Digital(white) or analog(blue)? Is the keyboard wireless or is it PS/2?
If the keyboard isn't wireless and you're plugging the monitor in correctly I would say it's a power supply issue. Try changing the outlet you're using and/or bypass the surge protector to plug directly into wall.