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Monitor will not go on

We ordered from best buy a 26inch lcd monitor plugged it in and it will simply not go on all connections seem ok then decided to put back the old one now that one will not go on. please not old one was working fine at time just wondering what are some of the rasons this will do this it also said something about resolution? and also said something like powermode?

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You need to take it back to Best Buy and have them test it. That's the least they can do for you! (lol)
It sounds possible could be your video, rather on-board or a card, since the old one is now not working either.
Could also be a memory issue.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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