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Could be 3 things

1. your data cable from your monitor to your computer is not plugged in

2. your monitor its not plugged into the right place on your computer.

3. your computer has and issue or is not turned on. easy way to check this it to plug the monitor into another computer.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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