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Please check signal cable message comes up on screen when I power on , then power saving mode. I have only just grab monitor from junk sale & only found a lead to suit , that is the only cable attached

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Its due to Cheap Cable
Cheap Cable has less wires in it.
And data wires are not present
only RGB color information available

Good Cable cost 3 to 4 times than cheap cable

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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