Go to your monitor's official website or Go to www.download.com / www.softpedia.com in driver section. If not there, then Search on google by typing the driver name of your monitor and then find that from various website.
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It all depends if the Mag has been used before on the same system or it is a new installation or on a different computer.
If it is connected to an existing set-up and has been used previously, then possibly it is the computer's video card/memory or just not booting. Alternately, it could be the video interface/main board of the monitor or even possibly the cable;
If it is just being installed on a known good computer, then it could be that the screen resolution and/or the screen refresh rate of the display properties of the computer needs to be lowered down.
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