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Monitor will not turn on. Power supply makes a ticking sound and the power light flickers (green)

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My ViewSnic 175b monitor goes black after about 1/2 hour working. In addition the words/letters typed after the blackness do not appear in the text input box.
This started happening after my last ZoneAlarmSuite Update and virus scan last Friday. Prior to that no problems at all. Any help gratefully recieved.. ...

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