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Monitor shows no signal

The monitor shows a message "NO SIGNAL." I have turne
off the monitor and the system and restarted -- same message returns. I am unable to use the mouse or use ctrl alt del to end the screen message.

Message:

--:
FH: - 0.0KHZ
FV: - 0HZ

Status: No Signal

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Ur monitor is "not" the problem... you have problem in ur PC..

solutions:
check loose graphic card
remove ram. put them back again/...

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