Question about Computers & Internet
First check the 15 pin monitor cable connector on the rear of your computer. Be sure that it is fully inserted. If the connector has hold down turn screws be sure they are hand tight. If that doesn't fix it, Isolate the problem to either the monitor or the computer by connecting a different monitor to your PC. Then if the problem is still there you will need to take your computer to a service tecnnician. He may be able to resolve the problem by installing a video card in place of your on-board video.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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