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Check the video cable at both ends to ensure the plugs are seated well.
If they are, you may have a failed video card which can be a plug-in card but with many systems, it is part of the motherboard.
Unless the system is newer (<3 yrs), it may be time for a replacement monitor or system.
If you have a friend with a working system, connect your monitor to see if it is still working or borrow a known working monitor to connect to your system.
This way you can determine which end of the video chain has failed.
Posted on May 11, 2013
Push menu or settings button located on the monitor then adjust brightness, whit contrast, color by pushing arrows. just dink around with it blind until something happens. everything is plugged in properly
Posted on May 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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