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    Douglessd May 11, 2010

    Need a little more information. What is the problem? I'm guessing it is not working. :) Here are some trouble shooting tips. I know they sound obvious but you never know. Have you tried a different Monitor on your computer? Is the monitor you have getting power? Can you try your monitor on a different computer? Have your tried to boot in safe mode? What actually happens when you switch your computer on? Post what happens when you try these things and I'm sure you will get some more responses here :)

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Change the motherboard on else try changing the display chip and the capacitor . If u can do it well u can proceed or else contact nearby expert..

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