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  • jessybear Apr 18, 2008

    my tower turns on and so does my screen but i only get a blue screen and an arrow no start up menu or anything ive tried unplugging everything and restarting ive tried to reboot it i tried to recover it and still i get the same thing what do i do

  • Mark Kessler May 11, 2010

    Can you manually turn the monitor on?

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If your monitor switched on, and still wont poers up, check for the power souce/cable of the monitor.

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