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Two cables are needed, Power and Data signal (VGA). Most monitors take the same type of power cord as computer power supplies. (Some computers will allow you to plug in a slightly modified cable that will power the monitor off the computer's power supply. This cord has similar ends on both sides (with the prongs inside a rubber housing). The only issue with this is it makes the power supply work harder and thus can fail sooner.) Most computer supply shops (online and brick-and-mortar) will have the power cables, if you don't have extra cables hanging around.
If you have not tried yet, pick a can of freeze-it, or other. Gain access, safely power up and when the monitor goes into standby, hit the area and cool down the IC's. If they are overheating, this has a good chance of bringing them back and identifying your problem. If so, look at better heatsinks, reapply new paste, or install a muffin fan, or seek better ventilation.
Heat is the enemy of all IC's.
I got the solution fokes ... go into C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Aspyr\Guitar Hero III and modify AspyrConfig ( open with notepad ) and modify
This is how worked to me...the idea came after many many tries to fix it... and it will sure work for you :)