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When comwputer boots up monitor comes on for about 2 secs then blank. The green light stays on but no video!

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You are probably having a bad ac adaptor, try a similar one with the same voltage and very close wattage.

Posted on May 27, 2008

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Could possibly be a resolution issue. Try booting up with a plain dos disk in the floppy and see if the video stays on. If you can't boot to floppy, try hitting the F8 key as the system starts to boot to your OS, then choose Safe mode to boot to. If the video does stay on, it's probably your video driver. Remove the video adapter in the control panel via add/remove hardware and reinstall.

This is what I can give you with the information you've left. Let
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Posted on May 26, 2008

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Lets try a real solution, Unfortunately the Monitor seems to be suffering from Bad Capacitors. I come across this all the time if you have the time and a soldering iron you can fix the blown caps (replace them)if not then I think its time for a new monitor.

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Hi buddy!

try to unscrew the cover and take out the video card and clean the pins with pencil eraser then back it again.and also check the cable connect to the video card from monitor if its ok and thighten not shake.
or maybe your computer have a virus.

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Check the video card, open the computer and isy pres her to get back in the slot if that not solve the problem thne chck the cabel from monitor check the pins - there is posibility that one or more of the pins are bendet...

Posted on May 26, 2008

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