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The graphics card supplying the signal could be bad, a pin could have been bent over when you plugged in the vga cord (if a vga display).
If a pin is bent, be careful bending it back; it can break off easily. Grab with needle-nose pliers or tweezers, and slowly bend. Don't over-bend.
Posted on Oct 21, 2020
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