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    The Leather Lady

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Nice monitor- maybe a year old. If the light is blinking green, it won't work on any computer. If the green light is steady, it works perfectly. I have had a few issues after a shut down with the monitor blinking, and I unplugged it, waited a bit, rebooted and all was well. Until the other day.

Sometime in the night we lost power. My UPS kicked in and did an ordely shutdown, but when I rebooted, blinking light. I cannot get the blinking light to stay green. Put another monitor on the computer, no problems. Put the "bad" monitor on two other computers, same blinking light. Googled and found mostly "your monitor is toast". I hate to give up so easily. Anyone have any ideas before I junk it?
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