Question about Dell Dimension 8400 PC Desktop
usually for these kind of issues., here are some common steps that helps at times.
1. Check the VGA Cable that connects the Monitor to the Tower (CPU).
2. Reseat the Cable once.
3. Remove the VGA Cable & turn on the Monitor Alone. See if you get any display saying "No Signal" or anything similar. If there is some display, then it means that the problem is with the Tower (CPU) & not with the monitor.
Hope this small sugession helps.
Cheers!!! Have a nice day!!!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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