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Sept. 28, 2009 (:24 PM EST The problem is that with no warning at times my monitor HP U1506 will go black and flash the message '' No Signal ''. As equally mysterious it will recover and work okay. I have tried swapping the monitor with another one I have but it doesn't help. Whenever this is happening neither of the monitors will work. I tried different cables too. It didn't help. My computer is a HP Compaq dx2450 microtower. Mother board: M2N 68-LA. Any idea what is happening? I could be wrong, but turnng off the computer and letting it set for a while seems to bring it back to life. Any help is greatly appreciated. Ken Burton kmb30143@windstream.net

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The issue is not the monitor, it is the video card. It may be a driver issue (Download and update the display adapter with the latest video driver.) also try booting in the safe mode, See if the issue occurs in safe mode. If the driver update has no effect and issue occurs in safe mode, you may need a new video card. Also disable any screen saver (Set Screen saver to NONE) see if issue goes away. If none of that helps. replace the video card

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