Question about ASUS Intel 845 Chipset P4B (P4B WOA) Motherboard
Most likely the monitor receives a signal/resolution it can't accept. Try to boot in the BIOS - if it's the same then the monitor itself is defective and you must take it to be repaired.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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