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Monitor not coming on at all

Hi there,

I have just purchased this computer from a very trusted source and setting it up was straightforward until I put the monitor on and the error message I am getting is:

video input - 2-D sub no signal

can you help please?

Maggie

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I think the memory or the graphics card of your system unit have loose contact try to remove it from the slot and
insert it back again.im sure 100% it gonna work.

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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