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Its not receiving a signal from the video card or the resolution is out of range for the monitor.
assuming you have the correct PC input selected on your monitor and not on scart or RGB?
Plug your PC into another monitor, see if that gets a gignal, if so then ists most likely one of the other two causes, and you should reduce the machines resolution or refresh rate down to 1024x768 AND 60hz
try again on you plasma, then take it back up to a comfortable resolution and refresh. if it dissapears again, wait it should revert back to previous setting if you do not confirm you can read the screen ok.
if it doesnt come on on another monitor, check you dont have two video cards. and use the other socket.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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