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Hd display gateway monitor is working but has no signal

After a power surge our brand new 19'' widescreen gateway monitor is displaying but has no connection to our computer. Please help!

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If this is still under warranty, then Gateway (MPC) can repair this. Probably you homeowners insurance will pay for it. Make sure that the monitor data cable is plugged in correctly. Whenever we have storm my wife unplugs all the cables on the computer. Sometimes when we reconnect they get plugged into an inactive port, thus no pic. If none of these help then please contact me at micromend@live.com and we can discuss a repair plan.

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