Question about Computers & Internet
Check out the cables if they are properly connected, particularly the VGA-- the cable that connects the monitor to the computer. Try removing and reconnecting it, just be careful. There are pins that might be bent.
If this doesn't work, you may have a defective video card or memory, or both. The basic thing you can do is remove the video card (if you have any), or the memory. Then clean the gold contacts with rubber eraser and install it back.
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If this doesn't work call a computer technician.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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