- Is the monitor plugged into a working wall socket or power strip?
- Is the power strip turned on?
- Try connecting the monitor to different wall socket
- Is the monitor's power button switched to the "on" position?
- Is the monitor cable connected to the back of the monitor and to the video output on the back of the computer's case? Verify that the connection is tight on both ends
- Find a working monitor and connect it to your PC.
- If this new display works, your monitor likely needs to be replaced.
- If the monitor doesn't work, your video card may have issues. Submit a help desk ticket
Modified on: Fri, 3 Jan, 2014 at 5:27 PM
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