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  • headsup Mar 05, 2008

    The power light comes on but there is no display. The monitor was plugged into a computer that works but still no display. The ram reset recommended does not seem to be the solution.



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Open your pc remove the ram & clen the ram put it back then after tun it on

i hope your problm is sloved

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