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Monitor not loading

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Hey I got a problem with my monitor not loading up when I boot my computer. It comes up with the blue green and red box that says "monitor is working correctly-please check computer power and monitor cable". The only time ive seen that box is if the comp is off and monitors on.

The problem started earlier when I opened up my comp to see if a new ram stick would fit in it..all I did was pull one of the ones I already got in there out to see if they matched, then put it back in and been havin the problem ever since.

Ive checked the usually - tried a different graphic card, tried cleanin the inside of the comp out..etc...can any of yall think of anything else that would be wrong?

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Hi. Are you sure the computer is booting up? Do you hear it beep during post? Do you see the lights on the keyboard flash? If it is not booting, check to make sure the original RAM stick is properly seated in the slot. Since you messed with the graphics card too, also check to make sure it is securely seated.
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