Question about HP Computers & Internet
1. If you have another monitor try connect it to the VGA port and see if you get a
screen/ if "yes" then your monitor is in need of repair.
2. If "no" then you either have the resolution for your monitor set to high for the display and will need to set it to the proper screen resolution.
3. check the VGA or DVI cable to see if it is seated to the video card properly.
4. Check the VGA/ DVI cable for bent or broken pins.
I hope this helps. Have a great day!
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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