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Is my monitor dead or is it something else

I have a NFREN 17" TFT monitor which I bought with my computer in early 2003. Earlier this week I switched everything on and all was as normal, I left the room for a couple of minutes and returned to find my monitor was displaying a completely white screen. I had to turn the computer off at the back as I couldn't see to shut down properly. I have tried switching my computer on several times since then but have the same result everytime. Do I need to buy a new monitor or is it something else?

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Can you take the monitor to another computer? Have you checked the data cord? Cherck these out first.

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