Question about Computers & Internet
Try to plug the monitor into another computer and see if the problem reappears.
If the problem reappears - you have a monitor failure...if not, try checking the monitor connection at the computer side for bent pins or loose video card in your computer and test again.
Lastly, make sure your computer is not coming out of hibernation power mode (control panel, power settings etc).
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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