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Attention "Check Cable Connection"

It sais Attention "Check cable connection" no matter how many times i retry the cable. Also none of the buttons work when I press them excepth the power.

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are you sure you dident set the video card to a resolution that the monitor does not support? try a diffrent monitor if possible

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