I already use a similar monitor and I love it.I bought the second one at succession auction,the previous owner is dead so not much info from him.
I know that these monitors have an antitheft device.Could that be the problem.According to the deceased owner's son,is dad was using the monitor until he died an he is not aware of any previous problem.
PLESE HELP ME ,I really would like to use this monitor on my second computor.THANKS M_Malou
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Re: the monitor lights up but stays all bright white
I think that monitor might have been retired before you bought it; the white screen says that the backlight is working but the pixels are not being controlled by video so either the video cable is trashed or the input electronics are no longer functional.
You might try the following:
Go to the Control Panel, System, Monitor and delete the monitor listed.
Then, with the monitor connected and on, reboot the PC to force Win to 'find' the monitor and install a fresh copy of the driver for it.
If that doesn't work, you may just have a paper weight.
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- Press Power to turn screen off - Press and hold Select/Auto - Press Power to turn screen on. LED will be Orange instead of Green - Release Select/Auto - Press Menu - You will see 2 additional options (Factory 1 & Factory 2) - Exit as normal - To return LED to Green, Power off then Power on
To reset colour: - Choose Factory 2 - Choose Auto Color1
The inverter is the most common item to fail on a LCd monitor. Capacitors usally fail the most. Are the tops of any of them popped up. If you had any shorted transistors the fuse would probably be blown. Usally labeled F1. I would replace all the capacitors first and go from there. Capacitors are cheap.
Your first step in troubleshooting this problem is to plug in another monitor to your computer. If you are having the same problem it is related to your computer. If the second monitor works fine then your original monitor is shot.
You'll have to describe the problem in a bit more detail, because it could be a couple different things based on when it goes dark and what "dark" means.
I'm going to guess that the monitor is turning itself off after that second, but you might be describing that it doesn't say it's off, but there is no image (or maybe a really faint image that you can see in the bright light). Try checking it in the bright light after it goes dark. Also, does it seem different if you bang on, shake, or turn it upside down. Don't do this if you haven't already as it will more likely damage it than fix it, but if you have already banged on it, does it change?
I'm working on the same model with a similar problem (not sure it's the same) and will be ripping into it soon and will post the results.
Assuming you've already checked your driver and system settings, tried a different monitor, and checked the cable and connector pins, this would almost certainly be a problem with the power or signal circuit board inside the monitor.
check the brightness and contrast from the menu on the monitor try increasing it ... the problem will get solved... if same problem persists contact ur near by experrt technician he may tell that the tube is gone he must recharge it....