Question about Sony PC Desktops
Have you moved it recently? The monitor has a sensor that tells when the computer is on. Some times the computer settings tell the system to go in to standby mode and this will remove the signal that tells your monitor to stay on. Check your computer to see if it's running. Usually a green or yellow light on the machine will blink. If everything is good, check the pins in the cable from the CPU to the monitor. Check both sides. If a pin is bent or bad. replace the cable. Trying to straighten it might break off in the plug. Also, the video part of your computer may be bad. Try the monitor on a diffrent computer to see if it powers up.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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