Question about NEC MultiSync 1760NX 17" LCD Monitor
Try another monitor on that computer and see if it boots up with video. If you still get the same problem then that means there is something wrong with the computer. If you get video this time then that means there is something wrong with the original monitor.
On your original monitor, make sure there is no bent pins and that the cable is connected properly.
At least this way you will know whether its the computer or monitor.
If its the computer thats the problem that at least go ahead and try to take out the memory and CPU and put them back into there respective slots and blow some air onto them so its not a spec of dust or dirt that is affecting the video.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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