Question about NEC MultiSync FE700 17" CRT Monitor
You have proved the monitor is OK.
If the desktop appears to boot up then the most likely problem could be a faulty video card OR the video card setting has been changed that is outside the range of the monitor's capabilities, ie, the refresh rate set too high (set it to 85Hz or less) or the screen resolution is set too high (set it to 1024x768).
You may need to connect a different monitor to the desktop to get a display to lower the video settings.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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