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I recently moved my PC and now that I'm trying to reconnect everything, my HP25vx monitor is not receiving an HDMI signal from my PC. It has power, and is connected, just when I boot up the PC, the monitor doesn't respond. When I turn on the monitor, it cycles through DVI, HDMI (where it lingers for a second longer) and VGA, but doesn't find anything and goes to sleep mode. I know it's not the HDMI cable because I had a new one to test. 

 

The model number is M6V68AA #ABA

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Ok, I got it to work by unplugging everything, monitor and PC, and plugging it all in again. I still don't know why, or what I'd have to do in the future to prevent this from happening again. Does the order that things get plugging in matter? 

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we need the exact model of your computer, and the product number
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Product Number: 9EE50AA # ABA
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Ok, I got it to work by unplugging everything, monitor and PC, and plugging it all in again. I still don't know why, or what I'd have to do in the future to prevent this from happening again. Does the order that things get plugging in matter? 

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