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sir i am sorry to inform you that this could be dangerous to use as the monitor's CRT might be going bad and as you have said that you have already repaired it once it better if u get the monitor replaced .
This is a common problem with the monitor .
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sounds like a power issue with the monitor. try to remove and reconnect its power cord. If same thing happens, try using a confirmed working power cord like the one you use with the computer and make sure you test it out using a confirmed working power outket. If it has the same issue, would mean you need to get a replacement monitor. Refer to the vendor if it is still in warranty.
Hello, Yes, this should be possible. Just check the connector behind your graphics card to see if the LCD's cable can fit into it. If not, you can obtain a simple converter to enable you connect your LCD.
If anything try updating the video card drivers. That's what it sounds like, or the monitor is going. The next time the monitor fails to start, just unplug from the input and put back in. If it starts you are looking at a bad power booster on the board. You can also try pluging in another monitor or try that monitor on a different machine. This way you can eliminate which is bad. I had flat panels and crt's go on me and they usually start by this symptom. It shouldn't be the BIOS, if it's been working right along, same with the processor, it either works or doesn't, it's a monitor scenario.
if you would power down the computer and the monitor and unplug the cord going to the pc from the monitor and the power cord for the computer,,, now open up the case and find the powersupply cable going to the motherboard and unplug it now preess the computers on button than the reset button .. this will discharge any esd than wait 3 min and plug it back in than connect the monitor to the pc and plug in the power cord for the pc and monitor and turn on the monitor and you should get a messzage that the monitor is working now turn on the computer and see if it works let me know how this works ok
best regards mike