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Philips 170c Lcd star`s but it didn`t remains on

The monitor starts .It shows the image (Check cable connection ) then itgoes down , but the power led remains green . The monitor it is notconnected to the pc . It does do the same thing when is connected or whenit isn`t connected to the pc . What should i do ?

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Make sure that the video card (if you have one) is firmly inserted into its slot.
Make sure that the connector from the monitor is firmly plugged into the CORRECT video slot on your back panel... Your video card may support more than one monitor and you may have it in the non default port.
Also make sure that the video driver is up to date or even installed.

As much as I hate to say it, there is also the possibility that the monitor is bad.

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