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The monitor does not hook up to keyboard most of the time, it is plug into the cpu you can follow the cord that connects to the monitor and follow it to where it hooks up and there will be 2 round pins that turn with your fingers and then you can disconnect.
Certain versions of the Acer AL1715 monitor had a problem with the VGA socket. Specifically, the plastic case around the socket was not wide enough. The plastic lip interfered with the plug and so the plug does not seat properly. This causes all sorts of intermittent problems. The version of the AL1715 with the problem with had the UPC code of 0 99802 19889 3. I fixed several of these monitors by shaving off the excess plastic with a Dremel Mototool. A hand file would probably work as well. You have to remove the plastic back to get the clearance to do the job.
acer monitors are usually put together with 5 screws on the back of the monitor, 4 where you can see them and 1 under the pivot mount, this can be accessed by removing the pivot cover and then unscrewing the pedestal then you can get the last screw, after that you need to pry the half shells apart and then you can get at the cover for the power board the VGA screws and the power socket screws must also be removed.