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First check brightness and contrast settings. If all good could either be your lcd back light has gone or the inverter. To check if its the black light shine a torch through the back of the screen to see if you can see a slight image on it, if you cant see anything the inverter board is faulty and to repair needs to be changed.
This problem is high voltage.Your monitor can not create high voltage properly.Or power supply can not create strong voltage.Change filter capacitor or High voltage transformer.If have warranty life you can change or repair it from where you purchase it..
You could have a back-light problem and it could be a faulty inverter board or a CCFL lamp. For service, parts and DIY info check out LCD parts - Click on this link to their WEB site :- www.lcdparts.net
Basically its telling you to change to the correct resolution. You may have it set too high. If you go into "Safe Mode" you should be able to bring it down. Or if worse comes to worse, uninstall and reinstall your video card. Just make sure to have the drivers available.
The monitor needs to be repaired. The cost of the repair maybe too high. I suggest you get a quote first or gjust et a new LCD monitor.
Do not try to fix it yourself because there are high voltages inside these CRT monitors unless you understand display electronics and the dangers etc.
black and white tracking can vary in color depending on which color that the dispay is not getting enough of or to much of. In the case of it changing when you walk
in to the room, sugust that there is probably a loose connection or poor solder joint on the curicut board of the moniter. I don't suggust that you get inside the moniter and try to fix this due to dagerous voltage potential with in the moniter. Good luck
This monitor has "back lights" that are essentially like flourescent lights. These are high voltage lights and can easily fail. since you are getting some light initially, I would suspect a defective part that heats up a bit right away and then fails. I would try to replace the entire backlight board. This is the small board on the side (usually).