Question about Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop
Check that the power is plugged into the back of the monitor and also to the power point, make sure power point is ON. If anything pull plugs out and re-connect both just to make sure.
Make sure monitor cable is also plugged into the back of the computer.
Turn computer on and make sure it beeps and looks like it has hard disk activity to show it is booting into windows. If it doesn't beep or show activity it could be your PC having an issue else it is possibly your monitor.
To double check try your monitor on another PC and try another monitor on your PC to see which has failed.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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