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On the monitor unplug the power and video cable. Plug the power cable in, and then the monitor cable. Power off your computer, then turn on the monitor. After you power on the monitor, turn the computer on.

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1. Bad cable. Use another video cable that you know is good and test with it.

2. Input source on monitor incorrect. Check to make sure you've got it set to the correct input (VGA or HDMI)

3. Unplug/replug the video cable connections at both the monitor and computer...it could be just corrosion or dust.

4. Hook up the monitor to another computer that you know is working. If your monitor then works, then you know that the video output on your computer has failed. You can also test this situation by connecting a known good monitor w/known good cable to your computer to see if you get video.

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1. unplug the monitor from the computer and check if you can see the monitor selftest (you will see diff color bars moving around) if you see the monitor self test then your monitor is working fine

2. check the cables. use a diff cable to connect your monitor to the computer. use a known good cable.

3. plug in your monitor to diff computer if it worked then you have to reseat your video card
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4. after reseating the video card and still doesnt work remove the video card from the computer. use the onboard video card if you have one.

if it does work then the video card needs to be replaced.

you can also try to reset the memory by removing them and reinstalling them inside the computer

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