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Try the monitor on another computer and if it works then it's your video card. If it does the same thing then you know for sure it's your monitor. You could also try another monitor on your computer and if it does the same thing then it's your video card and if it works then it's your monitor. More than likely it is your monitor.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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