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AL 1916 Monitor Green Light Flashes

Monitor worked fine then I shut the computer down for a few days. Now when I turn the computer back on the green light on the monitor flashes dimly and the screen flashes white. I am unable to see anything on the screen. Any suggestions as to what may have happened while the computer was off and what it will take to fix this problem?

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I think you have loose cabling somewhere. Try to unplug (and untangle) the video cables and then plug them all back together firmly. If this does not work and you know your machine is booting up properly, you might have damaged the monitor somehow accidentally.

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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