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I would start by trying a different monitor to eliminate the possibility of a faulty monitor.
if nothing happens you are going to need to investigate the video card. you can turn off the computer and open up the case and remove the power supply to the motherboard cord.
now remove the video card from the board and check to see that it isn't damaged or dirty . you can try to put it into a different slot if you are able to. now just hook up the powersupply cord back up to the motherboard and hook up the monitor to the computer and power up the computer than the monitor and see if it works if still nothing than i am sorry but you will be needing a new video card ok? i really hope that this is very helpful
best regards mike
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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