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Monitor Problems (ViewSonic VX922)

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Good day all,

I have a emachine "H6207" with an upgraded power supply(450) and 1 Gig of RAM. About a year ago i Installed a nVidia 7900 GTX graphics card... Was Installed properly, disabling onboard graphics card in safemode etc... worked great, untill 2 weeks ago.... PC would start up normally, but no display for about half hour... green light on monitor would just flash green. then just like that after a half hour... desktop would appear? This kept occuring untill about 3 days ago, and now nothing appears, and the green light continues to flash on and off. So thinking maybe the graphics card was the problem, or pehaps the power supply was at fault, I un-installed graphics card and re-installed onboard card, and plugged in my old CRT monitor... and works perfectly! But now this is where i get confused... i went out and bought a VGA cable so i could plug my viewsonic in rather than this old beasty monitor... and same problem has happend with the green light just flashing on and off? Is the monitor finished? its only 3 years old?

any information greatly appreciated!

Edited by Riddell, 26 December 2007 - 09:48 AM.

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Hi Riddell, can you try testing the monitor on a different system?
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