Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
My first suggestion would be to check that your cable between it and your video card is secure, even unplug and plug it back in as a test. That is the easiest and cheapest fix, but your problems could be much worse, such as a hard drive or motherboard failure on the PC itself. If possible, try starting your PC using another monitor. If it starts normally then the issue is either with a loose monitor cable or perhaps the monitor is faulty...Good luck! :)
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