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Power light flashes with no display

I have a Mag Innovision PF-786 17" monitor, the other day I looked at it and the green power light was flashing and it had a black display. I tried to turn it off and then on again and it won't even turn off, the power light just flashes green with no display or reaction on the monitor.

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    there is a green power light on the mag monitor but no picture

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Please Cheak your V.G.A Cable.

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That usually means that the connection between the PC and the monitor has been interupted- check that the cable (probably has blue ends) between the two is firmly connected, and power it back up. If that doesn't work, you have one of three problems; a broken VGA cable, a broken monitor, or a broken video card. Finding out which- you'll actually need someone tech-savvy there to help you figure that out. Try plugging the monitor into a different computer. If that fails, use a different VGA cable (cables are pretty cheap at monoprice.com), and if that fails, it's your video card.

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