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Frequent failures of Monitors Anywhere
Check the power cable If the power cord is removable from the back of the monitor, try replacing it with another power cable.
If you still cannot turn on the monitor after trying another wall outlet and cable, the monitor is broken and should be replaced.
Secondary-display problems usually come down to a few basic causes: The computer can't support the display in color depth, pixel count, or interface options.
The monitor's cable is damaged or malfunctioning.
The computer's display drivers aren't handling the secondary display properly.
Check Your Cables If you have any extra cables lying around, try another one—maybe the cable you've been using is damaged, or one of the ports is malfunctioning.
You might also try a different cable type—say, an HDMI cable instead of a DisplayPort cable—to see if that solves the issue.
Still stuck and not enjoying Monitors Anywhere, then go to Step 3.