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Connection problems?? Im building a new computer and i got this monitor to go with it. when i boot up it tells me no video input, check cable. Now i have tried reseating the video card, makeing sure everything is plugged in, trying both vga and dvi. and still nothing.

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Check all power connections and surge arrestors to the ON position. Or if possible, try hooking up the monitor to a different source. You can use for instance, a laptop, some dvd players using s-video, etc. If the monitor works, then try a different video card. When buying components for assembly at home, it's not uncommon for them to arrive unoperational or DOA. Use a reputable dealer that has a good return policy. Hope this helps.

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