Question about PC Desktops
Did you check the sleep mode or power off mode? What
do you do to make it come back on? Sounds like it might be getting too
hot and/or going bad. Not sure how to diagnose this without seeing it
myself. That is the best that I can do. Your video card could be
going bad. Try another video card on that monitor. This will be the
only way to decide if it is the card or monitor. Try it on another machine and
see what it does.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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