Question about Computers & Internet
First, check the linecord /power connections to the display.
If they prove out OK, then check the video connections. You may find them loose. If that's OK too, then:
You can either connect a different monitor, or add the appropriate
connector/adapter and use a TV.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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