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Monitor keeps shutting down computer, I have tried it on two computers and the same result, what does this mean

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There is an error voltage on the monitor connection- VGA port- is coming on to cut off the PC .This stray short in the monitor circuit is returning back to the VGA port of the PC andshutting it off.
hence do not connect it further until the fault is solved, it can be the interface section of the monitor.

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