Question about PC Laptops
Your power that connects to the monitor is lose. If you put
it in all the way and it is still having problems... the prong on the cord or
the monitor...(depends on the design) is lose and needs to be moved a little
more out, creating a more stable power connection.
Let me guess.. is it flat screen monitor?
Maybe even a Gateway?
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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