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MonitorProblem I am having trouble with my computer well im putting it together and i had it going and everything but then i had to turn it off cuz i realized that i didnt have the cd with me. i was seeing the bios and everything it was working and everything i didnt change anything the next day i went to plug the power cords back in cuz i had the cd the monitor was no longer being read by my computer it say check the cable or something i have plugged in three seperate monitors and they are all having the same problem can someone please cuz i really want to get this going and i know im almost there please help.

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Hey Mate, the fault is caused by the base unit not sending a signal to the monitor. most likely cause Graphics Card or Memory. if you remove one at a time and replace them back in the motherboard usually fixes the problem. All the best John

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