Question about Computers & Internet
Since the computer seems to turn on fine, the problem is most likely with your monitor or its cables. Make sure everything is connected securely. If this does not work, you will want to try plugging you computer into another monitor. The least likely, if the previous steps do not fix the problem, is that you're graphics card in the computer is dead and needs to be replaced.
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