Question about Philips 190CW
Try to take out the graphics card and restart your pc on the onboard vga poart of *********** board.
If you are still getting any issue with your monitor you will have to take you monitor to the service station an if it fixes the issue you will have to replace your card ( ie you are having problem with your card not your monitor.)
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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