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Hi there,

My name is Mike. A couple times a day I go looking around to give some pointers to our clients (you).

Look at it your question from our point of view, with potentially thousands of problems for each product, and thousands of products, at this point no one here has a clue what the problem is related to much less how to help you. We need a little more info.

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Welcome to FIxYa
Dear User
If there is No Display .There may be Following Reasons:

  1. Display Card Problem
  2. Monitor Connectivity Problem[Check it Properly Connected]
  3. Cable Problem[Try with another Cable]
  4. Ram Problem{Re seat it or Replace it]
Still have Trouble try with another Monitor to Confirm Monitor Complaint.Send it For Repair or Replace it...
Hope you got it....Thanks for Connecting FIxYa...

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