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My PC booted up the screen looked normal then as the windows boot up logo screen came on which is usually black with the logo in the middle, the whole screen went a sivery greay colour and then totaly dead. The green light is on. I have several pcs and several monitors so it is defintely the monitor. Any ideas please? Thanks Mike

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You my friend have a bad backlight. Inside thes LCD monitors there a little tiny flourecnet lights that help the LCD project the images so that you can see what is being displayed. Sounds like your backlight has gone bad. These can be repaired, but can be costly! These things happen often times, 90% of the time I am replacing the backlights to various monitors. Sorry, but I am certain it is your backlight!

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