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CRT works but LCD doesnt

I have a computer that i tried replacing my old crt monitor with an lcd, to save room on my desk, however the lcd monitor will not come on, i tired the monitor on another computer and it works fine, and my crt works fine on this computer, so i know the video card is not out. what could be the problem?

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  • Charles Cattell Jun 30, 2009

    CPU is a custom job from a local shop, LCD is a dell 22"

  • Charles Cattell Jun 30, 2009

    CPU is a custom job from a local shop, LCD is a dell 22"

  • NinaE May 11, 2010

    What brand and model CPU and LCD monitor ??

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You may need a driver for your PC as lcd differs from crt. They have a different signal input so update the video card drivers and you should be good to go.

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