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NO display on Westinghouse monitor

Unplugging the cord and connecting it back would not work because I did that before. THe plug is not bad because it worked on another LCD monitor.

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  • junicr Jul 05, 2008

    I have a graphic card with 2 output. I have one LCD connected to it and it is fine. I connect the WEstinghouse to the second port. No graphics. I removed the first LCD and still no graphic on the Westinghouse. I tried another computer with a single VGA card and same result no graphics on the Westinghouse LCD.

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Do you have any external graphic card to which the LCD monitor is connected?Or is it connected directly to an inbuilt graphic card on the mother board?

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