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Monitor will not power on. All of the connections

Monitor will not power on. All of the connections are intact. Initially monitor would display a number of various screens with different colors and patterns.

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Yes all the connection are intact, in these cases have the cpu check the monitor is not the problem, the monitor is still displaying which means that it is good, have the cpu check or check how many vga adpater is present in the cpu, if you have a built in and a separate card and you plug the monitor to the built it will not work and you need to connect it on the separate expansion card that is install inside your cpu

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