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Monitor takes time to display image

As soon as I start my pc and monitor, I immediately don't see the image in my monitor. I have to wait for around 10 mins before monitor starts displaying the screen but then it goes off immediately and this contiues for some 10 mins before the monitor stabilises itself, then I can start working normally. This is basically after only around 20 mins. I am not sure whether my monitor is nearing his death or I am missing something in this. Thanks Ravi

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If it is a CRT, I agree with Marty. Do you have access to another monitor? If so, trade it with the one that is having a problem just to make sure it is a monitor problem, and not a video card problem.

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Sounds like a slow CRT death to me.

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