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It is likely that the monitor in question does not support the video settings you currently have your graphics card or chipset set to.
If you are using Windows XP reboot your system hitting <F8> until a menu appears to select a mode to start XP in. Choose "Standard VGA". This should resolve the immediate problem.
Since you don't mention the model number of the monitor in question I couldn't look up the supported screen resolutions for you but right clicking an empty space on the screen and selecting "properties" should bring up the video settings dialog box where you can try various screen resolution settings [rebooting each time] until you find one you like that works with the monitor.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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