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I shut down my computer at night. When I come back the next morning the computer is off and the monitor is in standby with an orange power light (so far so good). When I turn the computer on, the monitor shuts off and I can't get it to turn back on. The first 2 times this happened I was able to unplug the monitor power cable and plug it back in and it worked. However, this won't solve the issue anymore. The only things that happens now when I unplug the power cable and plug it back in is the blue power light blinks once, but the monitor won't power on. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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My monitor did that and it was bad i had to buy a new one. Besy buy 19" is fairly prices. and know i always run two monitors at a time

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That blue light show and error or faulty problem internally or there a problem with in the connection or computer but first check the makers website or manual for troubleshooting.

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