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Turn off the monitor (and for safety the pc). Unplug the monitor from the PC. check the cable and the port for dust or particles. Check the whole cable from end to end for any tearing of the sheeth. Have any pets that like to chew things by chance? This may help us get started. If you blow on the cable end and the port on the PC, that may due the trick. It may also release any static charge that could have built up.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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