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Error message on Syncmaster- check signal cable

Ages ago my syncmaster 940 b suddenly stopped working, the screen says check the signal cable, then when I plugged it in today it suddenly worked this morning, but i had to unplug it for something, and now it has gone back to check signal cable error message. Problem is - not sure what that is!

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Sounds like it might be a graphics card. if u have an old graphics or vidio card, open the case and remove your card then install the old one. if it works now youll know your card is bad. If u have an old video card and an open pci slot install it and move the monitor cable to the old video card plugin. if it works now same thing your graphics card is bad. to know which card to remove just remember which one the monitor is plugged into.

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