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Only stays on for a few seconds computer works fine, but monitor screen is only visable for a few seconds

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The monitor is shot. Get a new one.

Posted on May 05, 2010

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Do not exceed your monitor's max resolution.
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can you run your pc correctly in safe mode??

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