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When i switch on the cpu , my monitor is stiil in standby mode yet i already connect to my cpu. pls give me some tips so i may solved my problem>

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Test the monitor on another computer , if it shows any display of windows then you have bad vidoe card , but if monitor does not show anything on another computer then the monitor has died .

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