Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Let's start troubleshooting. First your monitor has the power thats for sure. Tka your monitor and hook it up to another computer, just to see if the monitor is gonna work. If it doesn't it could be your monitor. If it does then it could be your video card. Don't forget to try a new cable as well, it might be it, too.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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