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The LED blinking light usually means that the attached PC is not powered on or the VGA connector (end of cable connected from the monitor to the PC) on the monitor, the cable or the VGA port on the PC is faulty.

Try your monitor on another computer. If it works, there is a problem with your PC. If it doesn't work, the VGA connector, the monitor's VGA cable or the monitor itself, is faulty.

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It is uncommon to have a faulty VGA input, although occasionally the pins get bent or broken on the cable. First check the cable.

Have you tried using a different source?

Some graphics cards/computers will only output DVI and VGA separatly and not at the same time. You may have to go into the display settings of your computer and change the output from DVI to VGA.

More details would be great,

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There is nothing wrong with the monitor. The LCD is not recieving any signals from the PC. Either you are connecting the VGA cable incorrectly or your VGA card is not set from the PC BIOS. The VGA cable might also be faulty.
Recheck that all the connections are clean and secure. If you are using a PCI-E or AGP card, the computer BIOS should be set to send the video signals through the PCI-E or AGP card. Follow the procedure in your motherboard manual.
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Well, there is a problem with either your monitor, VGA cable or video card.

If you wiggle the VGA cable (the cable connected from your monitor to computer) and the color changes, the VGA cable is faulty.

Either connect your monitor to a different computer or connect a different monitor to your computer to see the results.

If your monitor works on another computer, your video card is faulty. If a different monitor works on your computer, then your monitor is faulty.

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Either the VGA cable (cable from your monitor to computer) or VGA port on your computer is faulty. Try connecting another monitor to your computer to determine the problem. If the other monitor works, then your VGA cable is faulty. If the other monitor doesn't work, the VGA port is faulty. Hope that helps.

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