We just moved into a new home and I finally got to hook up my PC and get back online via home use... Well, I got everything hooked up and was unable to get booted up. I have a black screen on my Monitor. I figured my cable or something had gone bad. My Dell 18" flat panel moniter has digital and analog set ups so I hooked up the analog to see if it would work and got the same thing. Took my wifes monitor (w/was already hooked up on her PC and working) and got the same thing w/her monitor. When I booted up first time I got what appeared to be a matrix looking green screen for a moment b4 jiggling and reconnecting my monitor cable. Then I got no responce. I hit the 'deguase' button and two sentences popped up in white writing on my screen (pulling f/memory so not sure if this is exactly what it said... but something like ('In power save mode' on the first line... then 'Press any key or move mouse.') I've tried everything I know of. It sounds like the HD is booting and the lights on the back of my PC are all flashing like normal. Could it be my video card? Any tips or suggestions are appreciated. I'm not sure if I shut-down my PC correctly before unplugging everything. I think I did... but it could have just been 'logged off' and not 'shut down'. I'm running Windows XP and my Dell 8200 Desktop is about 3 yrs old... not new, but still had been working like a top. Not sure of all the other details of my PC off the top of my head. Any help or links to help are appreciated. I can't call Dell because my PC isn't under warranty currently. Thanks all.