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Old April 24, 2012, 09:14 AM
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Have you tried connecting to a different video output on the back. Aka rather then using vga try DVI. Perhaps one of the output connectors or chips driving it is defective.

Do you live in the GTA? If so you could drive or mail your item to asus for the rma (as they luckily have an RMA facility in the GTA which you can even drop off the item to be repaired once approved for RMA).
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