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VG910s not recognizing DVI input

Hi I have a ViewSonic VG 910s, which I was using connected to a Macbook Pro via DVI. A week ago, a connected them (as usual) an the monitor didn?t respond. It is just black, and if I turn it off and on the ?no signal? sign appears. The monitor is working nicely via the VGA input (which BTW connects to the DVI adaptor of the MAC) with no problem. Any ideas on which could be the problem with the DVI? Thanks

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