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Moniter problems i have a media center m7060n cpu,i got this for my birthday just the cpu,i plug in a compaq mv920 moniter in to the cpu and i am getting no response,just a blank screen and cpu's hardrive light steady orange.

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Re: moniter problems

You media center have a hardware error. If you know how to open your pc, open it, remove the memory of your pc and reconnect it.

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