Question about SVA-USA Computers & Internet
Check the cable that hooks to the monitor side. Then check it at the
computer side. By check I mean to disconnect it an rehook it up again so
you no it is seated correctly. On some monitors its hard wired so you
cant check the monitor side.
2nd if you have access to a second monitor (after checking the cables on your monitor first). Disconnect your current monitor and hook up the test monitor. If you continue to get no signal or picture then you have a defective video (graphics) card and you will need to replace it.
I hope this helps you out, if it does please give me a YES that I did assist you. Thank you.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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