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Are you running an additional Video card? Or are you using the built in one.
You might try cleaning the connector / plugs with acetone from finger polish remover or de=natured alcohol.
Never jam anything on a computer.
If its an add on card, remove it and reboot. Shut down and reinstall card and reboot.
keep me posted please,
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Try this if you haven't already, UNPLUG THE MONITOR FROM THE WALL.
LEAVE UNPLUGGED FOR 5mins and PLUG IT BACK IN AT THE WALL.
Alternatively try another dvi cable could be a dodgy cable.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
This sounds like a video card driver issue or the card it self. Make sure all cables are plugged in snug. Once done try to boot in to safe mode by restarting the computer and while it is starting keep on tapping key F8 and choose safe mode. If this works it is driver issue. If nothing happens it is the card it self. Might have to take it to a authorized repair shop. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: i have HP Pro3000MT, and
you need a dvi to vga adapter not a dvi to vga plug and you must also go into your graphics card setup catalyst control center if its ATI Nvidia Display manager for Nvidia if you boot the computer with it pluged in and you can see the boot screen on bolth displays then its an os thing just right click and select the display manager the activate all display's through the managers
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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