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No signal just purchased this monitor from a garage sale. They said it worked, when I got it home and hooked it up, it says, "no signal". Was I jipped or am I doing something wrong.

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Check cable connections. Check using a different monitor.
The only other possibility is that you're trying to drive it with a signal that is beyond the capability of the monitor. But the computer boot-up (BIOS) screen won't exceed the monitor's capability.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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