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I was using the computer and monitor was working fine. I came back later and monitor was black. I turned it off then back on and it says no signal.

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It sounds like your computer may have went into "sleep" mode. Try turning your monitor off and on again as well as turning the computer off and on. This should "wake" it up again.

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