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Alienware computer my computer and the monitor both come on and the monitor says "no signal detected" i have put in one new NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600GT but left one remaining graphics cards (has 2). turned it on and it did the same. i have checked all cords and made shure the monitor was plugged in all the way.....help?

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Please try connecting monitor to known working CPU and determine if problem is with CPU (Graphics card etc) or monitor.Signal cable can also be a problem.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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