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You need to test each component in another known working system to make sure they are working. This includes the monitor. Also check the cable connections between the monitor and computer to make sure they are good.Check the power connections. Use another graphic card in the unit. and see if the motherboard is producing signal for the graphic's card.Try cleaning the connector for the graphic card with a brush and a small amount of contact cleaner.Brush the connector to clean out the dust and debris that may have accumulated in the connector. check the condition of the connector to make sure its making a good connection with the graphic card.Clean the graphic's card connections with contact cleaner.The only way to solve this problem is to isolate the bad component. The monitor, the graphic's card and the motherboard are all suspects.Also check the computer bios for a possibility of a wrong selection for the video output device.I hope this helps you with your problem.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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