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Monitor keeps resetting

Monitor keeps flashing on and off sometimes getting a second or two of image mostly just flashing the screen

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  • digitroll Jan 01, 2008

    its in the monitor, I've hooked it up to the pc and 2 laptops with the same results

  • magicianrich Dec 30, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM !

    yet ive recently plugged my pc upto a TV and now the image just flashes on and off likes its trying to resize or something, untill it finally goes blank.

    however when its starting up the pictures clear and no flashing only when i get onto the login screen does the prblem occure

    HELP ME ASAP ! please

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It would be helpful to determine if the problem is the monitor or the Video Card on the PC. If you have another PC or laptop, and could rule out or in which part is the problem, it would be easier to find the solution.

Could also be a loose connection any where from the Video Card to the Monitor. Check it out!

Let me know if this helps out!

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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