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Monitor won't wake up


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1 or 2 months ago the screen on the monitor went black while using comp.I turned off the comp and left it off overnight and the next morning everything was fine.A week and a half ago the screen went black again,like before it's just like the comp was turned off,but it's not.I checked the power supply with a ultra ps tester(it's a ultra ps).All the voltages were as they are supposed to be.I removed the battery from the mob and waited 30 minutes and put it back,didn't change anything.I tried another monitor and a new cable and still no help.Today I removed the battery for an hour and installed a new one and got booted to setup screen but after I highlighted save and exit and hit enter screen went black again.If anyone knows what it might be I'd appreciate some help.I'm not a geek althought I assembled this comp is spring 2007.
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I was going to delete this post because after posting it I saw there was already a post with the same title,but wasn't able to do.I found a bad socket where one of the memory sticks plug in,so I must have a bad mob.Thanks for allowing me to post.
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