I'm really not sure what could have happened recently, maybe a power surge? I made a recent post about a problem with my computer, which turned out to be the PSU (thanks to those who helped). I got a new PSU and the computer boots up fine now, except for the fact that there is no display. I have a Samsung SyncMaster 245BW 24" and a GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card. A couple days ago the PSU died (as well as my XBox) and it also appears that my monitor was fried as well. I've tested it by plugging it into my laptop, and I don't get anything, so I've concluded that it is pretty much dead.
Here is the thing though. The blue LED on switch still works. I don't have a second DVI monitor, and it will take me a couple days to get one I can test with. I am worried right now that it might be my graphics card as well, but I am not sure.
When my monitor was working, if nothing was plugged into it the blue LED light would blink on and off. As soon as it was plugged into a video card and the computer was turned on, the LED would become solid. Now with the broken one, it still does that, just nothing comes up on the screen, ever. So my question is this: Does this behavior suggest that my graphics card is still working, and it is just my monitor that has carked it? Or does it tell me nothing. My theory is that if the card were broken, the monitor LED wouldn't see it and thus still blink on then off.
Thanks for the help.
EDIT: Thought I should add that the fan on the graphics card spins up fine when the computer is turned on. Also that I know the computer is working, because if I let it boot, I can type in my windows login and still hear the windows Chyme as it logs me in.