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Hello. Quite an irritating problem, really. I was fiddling with my monitor (a Hansol 930D, it's CRT, flat screen, 19 inches) and I selected the "Recall" option. afaik, this resets it to the factory defaults, right? Oddly enough, it simple made the screen go blank. Now, it is definitely turned on, as the light indicates it is. But it won't display anything at the boot manager, or when I boot into any OS. The monitor options don't show up when I try to change thing, aslo. In other words, it's always completely blank.

Fortunately, I have a spare monitor. But does anyone have any idea what is wrong/what I could do to fix this?
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Recall does restore the factory default settings, yes.
Are you sure you didn't just knock the signal cable loose or anything? (check the connection to the monitor as well as to the computer)
Also, check it for bent pins etc in the connectors.

Is it still under warranty?
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