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My monitor will just shut down and say no cable even though after i restart my computer it will run fine. do i need drivers for or it a problem that the monitor has or some part is broken?

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Try connecting the monitor to a different laptop/desktop, to see if your problem "follows" the monitor.

But, it's most-likely that the video-card in your computer is overheating, and quitting. Thus, restarting your computer "resets" the video-card.

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