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DVI No Signal?

My computer monitor cuts off and on constantly. Its says there is No Signal for DVI. And then it says check video cable connection. I have done that and switched the cords and everything. Does this mean my graphic card is going out??? Please Help!! I just bought this computer a couple months ago and my 30 day warrenty is up. Do I need a new graphic card??
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  1. mindyra2007 said:
    My computer monitor cuts off and on constantly. Its says there is No Signal for DVI. And then it says check video cable connection. I have done that and switched the cords and everything. Does this mean my graphic card is going out??? Please Help!! I just bought this computer a couple months ago and my 30 day warrenty is up. Do I need a new graphic card??


    i would put the monitor on another pc. if you have a laptop put the monitor on it and see if it acts up. the error sound like your monitor or power supply is cutting out. monitors do have a power board and if they start going bad they can act like your telling about.
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    Could you please post your spec's and your PSU brand and how many watts it is. That way we can see where we need to start looking at what your problem is. It sounds like it is your cable.

    Have you tried another DVI cable or does it have a VGA hook up? Need the spec's though.
  3. Dude !! temme abt ur specs...vch gfx card u r using n model name of the monitor....n make sure u have the latest drivers installed for both the gfx card n the monitor....
  4. avi_in_lamborghini said:
    Dude !! temme abt ur specs...vch gfx card u r using n model name of the monitor....n make sure u have the latest drivers installed for both the gfx card n the monitor....


    With all do respect the OP is not a Dude. OP is a female. Just thought to point that out but good questions any how.
  5. Thank you all for the advice. It ended up being my monitor and had to replace it, but now everything works great!
  6. Well that is good to hear and sorry it wasn't a less costly fix. Monitors are still a pretty penny. But it is up and going that is always good news. Good luck to you.
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