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Assuming you are using a VGA connection, you might try reducing the "refresh rate" of the port to its lowers setting (60Hz). Usually the screen-off will happen if the signal is too weak or "noisy." Aslso try a different or shorter VGA cable.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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