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I have a HP a1520 computer. i need to put the plug of the monitor many times and turn on and of the computer many times inorder to let it turns on at the end. The monitor and its wire is ok.but i am not sure wat is the problem.there was something needed a driver and there was no sound.i dont know if u can help me thanks.

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Hi,
I,d suggest that this is a Graphics card problem, rather than the Monitor.
Try the monitor on a different computer, or try a different Graphics Card.
Also Check in The bios Setup, that it,s configured to boot up a PCI Or AGP Card, Whichevers Applicable.

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Here is the tech page for your system "type" I would need more to give you exact info

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?docname=c00674955&cc=au&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_AUEN
(cut and past ALL of the above text into you browsers address line:)

I would allmost bet you need to reseat the video card.. but I need some more information in order to assist you further

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