Question about PNY VERTO GEFORCE 6600 GT 128MB DDR3 8X AGP 2-PORT DVI Graphic Card

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The only monitor I've ever had has been an Lcd tv using a vga to dvi connection. for no apparent reason it just stop working. I've taken the card out gotten a new cable & still will only get flash of video (2sec) maybe 1 out of 10 times. I'm at a loss don't know if i should buy another card or if this issue is just beyond my scope. Help please

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Logical substitute testing. First,Does the TV still work as a TV? If yes then the TV is ok and it is then down to either the conveter or Video section of the computer.  If not,do you have a different TV to hook it too , just to see? OR Can you borow a monitor? Does the computer work with the monitor? If you find that the original TV is the problem it is likely not worth fixing if it is a solid state model as they have  easily servicable parts. 

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All hope is not lost with just the VGA out on your card!

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VGA is still the top analog signal standard for computers. I am writing this with my on-board NVIDEA GeForce, connected to a Viewsonic VA2226w flat panel monitor using VGA and set at a resolution of 1680X1050!

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