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The power on my desktop comes on but not my monitor

The power on my desktop comes on but my monitor
does not, the fans and everything run too

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  • gnikahsmu_12 Nov 15, 2009

    did that but it did not work? What is my next step my desktop has non integrated motherboard and has a video card attached

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If this a desktop instead of the HP Pavillion dv9000z, unplug EVERYTHING wait 1minute and plug back in. if this does not solve the problem than u need to open up the case.

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