Tell me if you've tried all of these combinations. And don't lie, because I know you haven't.
First thing is plug the monitor into another computer and see if it works on there. If not, the monitor is bad and you need another one. If not:
Take the video card/monitor you're unsure about and install the monitor and video card on a fully functional computer. Make sure you install the proper drivers. If you still aren't getting video then one or the other has went bad, for sure.
To test if the video card is bad: unplug the possibly bad monitor from the setup you just created and plug the monitor from the fully functioning system (which is your test dummy right now). If you have no video then your video card went bad and you need a new one.
Well my first question would have been is he using the computer that he is typing in this forum to view that picture and then ask if he is just posting spam because I think its bogus but again thats just me.