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Monitor not showing contents anymore.

I started of my computer but the monitor is not displaying any contents.CPU is started correctly but nothing appears on the screen.

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Try to toggle the monitor screen, hold down the function key and hit the F8 key(usually). Wait a few seconds and try again if it doesnt work.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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