Question about Computers & Internet
Hi foomouse! Try the following solutions. If none of them work, it's time to get a new monitor unfortunately.
1. With everything turned off, including your power cords, make sure everything is securely plugged in. Many times people swivel their monitors to adjust them and the cord gets loose in the back.
2. Update your video drivers which can be found in many places on the web.
3. If this just happened recently, do a system restore back to the last time you remember the monitor was working properly. It should be under Programs>>Accessories>>System Tools>>System Restore.
Hope one of these works for you!
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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