A friend of my just finished moving to the new apartment, but since he
was not able to move everything to the new apartment, I was given this
However, upon trying to power on the monitor, I only found out that the
monitor would not power on, I know the external power brick to the LCD
panel works, because when I plug in the plug into the power strip,
there was a spark, and the green led light is also lit when plugged in,
but the monitor would not power on, no matter how many times I press
the power button, any insights on what could be the problem with the
P.S I wouldn't mind opening up the panel, although it would definitely
be better to at least get an idea of where to start once I get the
monitor opened up....
It also happened to me, but i tried to reconnect the connection to my cpu and the power cable of the monitor, and its ok. But after a while my monitor get black again. what i do is i turn my computer off and check again the power cable of my monitor, reconnect the monitor to my pc and i opened my cpu, check my memory card, i reinserted it. And it worked.
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Hello sir, I have samsung 22in lcd monitor and nvidea fx5500 card. since last more than 6 months, my monitor goes blank If system remains idle (means I don't move mouse and don't touch keyboard) for 1 minute. After monitor goes blank I have to move mouse to brink it back to on. The power led keep on during this problem. I tried everything including power options in windows but could not fix it. Is it bios setting to be checked or could it be windows bug? Please help
It is possible especially if it has a loose or slightly faulty component and moving the monitor has caused it to fail especially if you bump it in the move.
Does the power LED light up when you switch on the monitor?
have u tryed unplug all of your plugs at the back like blow on them like i do to get lil partcals of dust out then plug all back in and mite work or maybee ur power cord is screwed a bit and u mite have to get a new one whats happednd to ur comp happend exactly the same with mine and i screwed with myn for ages and it finaly worked so maybee just try all that n then if that dosent work as drliativ hes a good guy and will help
Have you tried the speakers on something else it could be the plug clapped out Thats a bold question when one says "I know the speaker is not defective,".....it sounds simple...but I think a little more common sense HERE!!! You might want to try some headphones if the sound comes out of the computer than the problem clearly lies with the speakers sometimes they may like they were going good but when on the move some strange things happen to the speakers that one cant quite fathom. I think your speakers have clapped out why Im positive they have.......goodluck