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Make sure the refresh rate is set at 60 hertz before using the new monitor also check the display settings to see if they are set to use the external display also. Yours may automaticaly do this and your partners may not. If this does not help please let me know the type of notebook and monitor. Good Luck!
this might be due to power supply failure.
check fuse, switching transsistor, maincap& bridge rectifier ckt.
if it is ok than check for h/section failure.
check for h/output transistor &flyback transformer.
hope this will help.