Monitor Blinking

When i turn on the pc and the monitor this one starts blinking after  a while about 5 to 10 minutes everything is ok.

If i turn the monitor off and on again it blinks again, so is there anything that i could do to solve this problem?

Thanks ahead to every one, hope you may help me.
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sisilianoAsked:
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SirJoshuaCommented:
If possible try hooking up another monitor to your computer to see if you get the same results.  It sounds like this one may be on its way to failing.  
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sisilianoAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your quick answer.
Sorry but it is not the case SirJoshua, cause i had another monitor a this one computer and it worked just fine, to be more correct I switched monitors because the problem started with this monitor on another computer. So I sure the problem is the monitor.

Thanks for your comments hope you may help though.
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SirJoshuaCommented:
Have you tried using a different video card?  Also, the refresh rate could be set to high for your monitor.
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sisilianoAuthor Commented:
Well i haven't tried that but it used to work ok few weeks ago during months so i still believe that the problem is the monitor. But i should try these it may be possible.
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SirJoshuaCommented:
So you had this monitor on another computer, and it was causing this problem, so you moved it to the computer that it is at now, and it is still doing the same thing?

If this is the case, then the problem is going will almost certainly be with the monitor, and if that is the case, I do not believe there is anything you can do about it besides get a new one.  Maybe someone else has a better idea.
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djsuperzCommented:
Get a new monitor.
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alcantar06Commented:
yeah get a bigger one!!! 54" with DTV and hang it on your wall :)
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