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I have been using the same monitor & computer for some time, but recently i am having problem with no sigal into the moniter. I have even changed the monitor still having the same problem. What can i do now?

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Maybe the graphics card is bad. try to take the cios battery out of the motherboard and wait 15 sec. then put it back to place.

connect the monitor the the pc and turn it on.

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