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Monitor problem what would be the correct solution to this prob when the monitor is with no display and the but the pc is on?

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1 - Is the video lead plugged in fully ?
2 - is the power to the monitor supplied direct from the mains, or from the PC itself ?
3 - Have you tried the monitor on another PC ?
4 - Have you tried another monitor on your PC ?

Depending on answers from above - we can move forward from there..

Keep in touch..

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