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Have a Samsung SyncMaster 930B just went blank and a floating message says check signal cable, digital. I have check cables and find no problem....what else can I do?

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It means that the main board on the monitor is no longer functional you need to replace it or take it to a technician.

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I would check the video card, see if it's still good. also check for your drivers and update if necissary.

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* Off entirely.
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