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Check all connections, cable is hopefully good. Then go into maybe the video card is either faulty or that maybe the monitor you want to use cant use a setting that the PC is trying to use (1280x1024 from the pc where the monitor can only go 800x600 for example) also check the Hz rating and make sure that the computers on the lowest Hz setting. Maybe the monitor can't handle the Hz the computer wants to use.
Assuming your in windows... and have no other means of getting to the settings try booting the system.. as soon as it 'beep's tap the F8 key several times and you should be able to get into the safe mode option. after you get in there get into the video settings and try to adjust the resolution and save it. after that you can reboot and it should come up as what you saved.. then you can tinker with the setting to figure out what the monitor can do. Next time try to give a model number and maker of the monitor. :)
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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