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Old 09-22-2010, 02:57 PM   #16
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Ok I have solved my problem
Ta Daaa!
I bought a new computer hooked it up and got the exact same notice in a green box ( Auto Prosessing ) black out. off then on again
This can't be right ???
I unconecected everything one at a time the only item left was my Monitor I said it can't be ! This Monitor is only 9 months old
It's a E Machine made by Gateway.
I borrowed a monitor from my Neighbor! hooked it up and tadaa No more
problem
So now I guess I have to get into the ring with E Machine to replace it.
Wish me luck A one year warrenty Humm. Two months left.
I called Staples office supply and they said to bring the new computer back no problem.
But as for the Monitor I have to deal with E Machine/ Gateway

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Old 09-22-2010, 08:39 PM   #17
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Ok I have solved my problem
Ta Daaa!
I bought a new computer hooked it up and got the exact same notice in a green box ( Auto Prosessing ) black out. off then on again
This can't be right ???
I unconecected everything one at a time the only item left was my Monitor I said it can't be ! This Monitor is only 9 months old
It's a E Machine made by Gateway.
I borrowed a monitor from my Neighbor! hooked it up and tadaa No more
problem
So now I guess I have to get into the ring with E Machine to replace it.
Wish me luck A one year warrenty Humm. Two months left.
I called Staples office supply and they said to bring the new computer back no problem.
But as for the Monitor I have to deal with E Machine/ Gateway
Deck hand
Darn, should of posted that one as well. My friend just had this issue. He was using the DVI connectors and it seams they can give power feedback. So he switched to the VGA connector on the monitor and all is good for him now.

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