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Monitor is not working. Computer has been turned off for a few days. Now after turning computer on, monitor has no display.

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  • barbcole717 Feb 06, 2010

    No - there is not a green light. Only blue light.



    Will have to wait until tomorrow to hook up another monitor. Would have to be a tv monitor.



    Thanks.

    Barb

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Hello, Barb.

You didn't indicate if there was any power to the monitor (green light). Try flipping the switch on your power strip, if your monitor is connected to it.

Try connecting another monitor to your computer to see if your monitor or computer is the problem.

Could be the VGA cable (cable from monitor to computer) or VGA card (inside the computer).

Just some thoughts - please provide more details, if necessary.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

  • NinaE Feb 06, 2010

    Hi, Barb.

    Also, try your ViewSonic on another computer ...


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