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Monator has no signal

I have a gateway flate screen modale number FPD1810 it is the 19inch. When I plug it in to my labtop it says self diagnostics no signal check singnal cables, in a 4 by 2 box. I did, the cables are pluged in, I even restarted the computer, but there is no picture. I had it pluged in before and it worked, but know it does not.

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Plugging into the laptop as an alternative monitor needs you to set the Laptop to divert the signal to the external monitor.
As you did not mention the laptop I cannot go further  except to suggest you read the manual with regard this situation.
On some models of laptop this function is actuated  by pressing a certain key- which may have for example a BLUE symbol on  in the front edge whilst pressing another key in the region of the space bar with a blue symbol on it.
Then manual will tell all

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