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Monitor fault i have ibm color monitor. when i connect it to pc the message shown is: no connection check signal cable. pl. help me. pl. tell me any reasonable repairng centre/ shop in mumbai. thank u.

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    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    It may be the PC you are connecting it to. The video card could be bad .. Does the PC work with a different monitor?

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Your monitor data cabel can be bad check this.if it is ok. then problem in motherboard.

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Try removing the RAM from the motherboard & fix it again...... if this will help you u might not need to go service center.......or check the dispaly cable which is connected to your CPU........hope thjis will help u...............Sameerrayan

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