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Is the Displays power light colored "Green" or Amber ??..if its Green then its getting a signal and maybe you have a Bad Display.

First, check the cables to make sure they are intact. If nothing shows up. then boot the PC and use a shine a flashlight on the Monitor to see if you see any text. if you do see text ..then your Backlight is bad. If you dont see anyting you may have a Bad video card.


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