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Most likely a screen problem. Are you able to try another monitor with your PC? If a different monitor works, then the problem is your monitor. Most LCD monitors have a rather short life span (well, much shorter than the heavy old CRT monitors). But whichever kind of monitor you have, it seems to be getting power but is unable to display an image.
If your monitor is an LCD monitor, then the problem could be the backlight. If you take it to a computer repair shop, they should be able to replace the backlight - if it's cost effective to do so. Without knowing more about your monitor it's difficult to judge what the best solution might be. Sometimes it's cheaper and easier to get a second hand screen from Ebay rather than fix an obsolete LCD screen. On the other hand, if you bought the monitor within the last 12 months and spent a lot of money on it, it may well be worth getting it fixed.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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