Question about Computers & Internet
First we need to determine whether the PC is causing the problem or the monitor thats causing the problem. Try hooking up a different monitor (that you know works) and if it works fine, then you konw the other monitor is bad. If the problem persists, then you know that its something to do with the PC. Most likely the video card.
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