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This could be a result of multiple different variables. If its a CRT monitor, it could be magnetic interference that is causing it. On an LCD screen, it could be your video signal. Check the cables and make sure they are plugged in tight. Check to make sure there are no power lines or magnets around the monitor as well. Turn off any lighting in the area and see if that affects the monitor. Also you can test the monitor on a different computer to see if you get similar issues. If so, then you may need to replace the monitor or it's cable.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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check the VGA chord might have a lose connection. Check the connector if the pin is complete. If you are using a video card check the video card connector. Try to test your monitor to other computer if the problem is still the same it means the monitor have an internal defect which you can ask to the supplier where you bought your monitor because as you've said it is till under the warranty so it may replace a new one by the supplier or store where you bought your monitor.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
If you have a short display of the devices and the blue screen flashes when you get to windows and shuts down ..than it is a hard disk issue ..God to bios and disable the ahci function for the hard disk bus..and let it run on ide compatible or sata as ide..This is happening when you have a hard disk on sata with ahci on ..and you do not have drivers in the system ..
But if there is no start at all ..it is a different cause and probably the video card damaged if it says no signal ..
Anyway check them all one by one ..cpu fan ..hard disk in and out ..(see if you can boot to bios ) ..and ram memory ..remove tehm and place back ..one by one to spot a potential harmed one ..
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
ok your monitor is a separate issue and start by checking the blue signal lead from the back of the monitor because for some reason the monitor isn't getting any images to show
Posted on Feb 02, 2012
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