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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:22
This will sound stupid, but when you have the issue again, unplug your DVI, HDMI or VGA cable form the graphics card on the back of the computer, wait a few seconds, and plug it in again.
I had that issue at times and doing that helped.. Windows was actually thinking I removed the display, so it wasn't showing anything.. when I plugged the cable back in, it detected it and continued the display.
So try it, who knows.. it might work.
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