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...I think. My old Dell monitor goes into power save mode immediately on boot (as in, I saw a boot screen once and it immediately jumped into power save. Even if I restart, I never see the boot screen again. However, I know my tower is working because I can log into Vista and access my HDD via my network and laptop.
Anyone have any idea as to what's happening? It can't be a motherboard or RAM issue because the computer works fine, and I've already tried replugging the cables and resetting the monitor's power. Granted, my LCD is 13 years old, but it was still working perfectly up until today (no dead pixels, even!). Is my monitor on the verge of death no matter what?