Question about Computers & Internet
First, lets verify the basics.
Check these things first..
1. Ensure the cable that connects to the monitor is secure on both the computer and the monitor. 2. Ensure that the power cable connecting to the monitor is secure. 3. Press the power button the monitor to ensure that it is 'on'. (Does the monitor have a light on?)
Also, check the back of your computer to see if there are multiple connectors for your monitor cord. A lot of computers will have a video card installed, which will take priority over the monitor connection that is built into the motherboard of the computer. If there are multiple connections, try them all.
I look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you.
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