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Once i turn my Pc on monitor sit out black...i tough that cable was unplugged..but it wasnt. My pc running good and monitor too. So wheres the problem ?? PS: Im from Slovakia so my english is bad.pls give me easy answer :P.

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  • iCobx Jul 31, 2009

    Monitor runnig good. I tryed use it with my laptop and its OK. I think problem is in graphics card.

  • brookriver May 11, 2010

    it could be a problem with the video card, do you have another card that you could test to rule out everything but the x600?

  • Art Ellison
    Art Ellison May 11, 2010

    Have you tried another monitor? Does the light on the monitor turn on? Is is green or yellow?

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Have you tried both connections on you graphics card if not your card could be faulty and you need a new one as it is quite old

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