Question about Apple Mac OS X Leopard Full Version (MC094F/A)
It sounds like you might have a bad cable that connects your monitor to your computer. Check the cable to make sure its plugged in all the way.
If this does not help:
1. Go to Mac Store genius bar to have them ***** situation.
2. If Mac Store is inconvenient for you, replace cable that connects monitor to computer to see if that fixes the problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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