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On the internet and monitor went black. I restarted the computer and could hear the start up tone but the video is still black. Might it be a video card or the monitor itself? It is about 3 years old and stays on almost all the time.

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Chances are it is the monitor that is bad, but I would suggest hooking a spare monitor to the computer to rule out the video card, at least this way you will know for sure.

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