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Monitor problem dell flat panel monitor -power button blinks green to amber - no picture

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Is your computer on? When you unplug the video cable do you get a no signal message? Have you recently changed your monitor or video card?

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I would suspect that it's your video card on your computer rather than your monitor itself.  That's just a huntch.  If you can grasp your hands on another video card, I would certainly try that.

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