Top 20 Dell E173FP 17" LCD Monitor Questions & Answers


Take the RAM out to be sure that is not causing the issue. If it is then make sure it is seated right and is the right kind and try again. If the video card is not initializing that would cause the monitor to not work.

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The fine print says it should work. Real life might be different. Do you have a genius bar, found at Apple stores, anywhere close? If so, make an appointment and let them make the connection for you. The genius bar is a free service and I've never found anything that they haven't been able to fix...and fix it quickly...if it's fixable.

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try testing the monitor on another computer. if you dont have an extra desktop or laptop to test with. take over to a neighbor or a friend. if the monitor still doesn't turn on or no signal. the monitor is defective and needs to replaced or repaired by a technician

good luck

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monitor may have died or someone might have dropped it?
no other explanation. monitors can be gotten fairly cheap now-maybe at a PC Recycling shop or get new

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To help you change the brightness and contrast settings from the LCD monitor, please follow the instructions mentioned below,
The control buttons are located at front panel of the monitor. The Brightness Button is used to select the Brightness/Contrast adjust functions. Press to switch functions or adjust settings.
To decrease the brightness or contrast press (-) button & to increase (+) as per your adjustment.

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home depot, but they are doing away with them and replace them with LED. The reason is because of the mercy in the bulb.

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Hold down the ALT key.
Touch the SPACE bar.
Touch the S ("size" key).
Touch LEFT-ARROW key.
Repeatedly press the RIGHT-ARROW key to move the left edge of the window to the right.
Touch the UP-ARROW key.
Repeatedly press the DOWN-ARROW key to move the top edge of the window towards the bottom.
Touch ENTER to "commit" the changes.

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I will admit, have never seen you monitor before. But looked up in Google and found this. Hope this helps.

1 Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. Then a menu should appear...
2 Press and hold it until it is over AUTO. Then tap the button once.

Let us know if it helps. It would not break your monitor to do the above. But be patient and follow the above simple procedures. This could help others same as you.

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hi. you need solder gun to replace the capacitors. you solder the legs of capacitors from backside of the board.
you can see the bellow link too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL0id3-YZsQ

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check all connections. then separate the wiring so it doesn't touch. sometimes the cross-talk caused by wires touching can reroute the signals. good luck.

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What operating system? Most Dell monitors are plug-and-play.

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If the monitor power light is on or flashing, but nothing displays, borrow a monitor from a friend. If that works, your monitor needs replaced.

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Here's a video I made repairing my E178FPb and I show how to take it apart. I assume it comes apart the same as yours.

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I am sure the problem is not related with Office 2013 installation. Please test your computer using another LCD monitor.

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Not fully understanding the question here but if you are looking for the drivers for that monitor you may want to make your way to: Control Panel > Device Manager > Display Devices > Dell E173FP (Right Click) > Update Drivers

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The power supply is dying.

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Go to safe mode and uninstall the application or restore system
Press f8 while booting up to get into safe mode...

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