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Monitor wont come out of standby

The PC was working correctly, than the other day i was upgrading windows and i lost power, when i rebooted it jus stays in standby, i can see the fans and hear my drives working but the monitor stays in standby, there are no sounds(beeps) when i boot it up, ive checked the monitor it works on other pcs, checked all the wiring,if it worked before why wont it work now? i had reformatted the HD and i dont even think i got to reinstall windows before i lost power...please help!

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  • djswain22 Jan 08, 2008

    ive tried another graphics card and nothing...it has to be something minor,,,

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You got two outlooks, a fried motherboard or a fried component. If you have integrated graphics then its probably your motherboard, if you have your own, separate graphics card installed then it could have to do with your graphics card.

Google is your friend. It might not be damaged hardware, just some bug.

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