Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Double check all your cables are securely attached and if you have pets that no cables have been chewed on. If you can borrow a neighbors monitor do so and you can verify that the problem is your monitor or your computer. Try to just swap the monitor and not the cables to do this test.
All else fails, used 17 " lcd's show up at garage sales pretty cheap ($15-$25)
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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