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catamount309, This is only a guess, but unit may have internal "switch-mode-power-supply"/"CCFL inverter" board problem. When screen goes BLACK, is it also BLANK? If you can see WIN-desktop with aid of bright flashlight 1 inch from screen, then SMPS is in partial shutdown mode. If you see nothing, then SMPS is in full shutdown. In either case, Technician will need to repair the SMPS/CCFL inverter board. If KNOWN GOOD monitor works with PC, then you know 7100e is bad. Do you know and understand how the new energy efficient screw-in curlie-Q light bulbs work? If the "electronic ballast circuit" not working, then it can't light-up the CCFL tubes on the reverse side of LCD panel then you see black. Do more reading in my fixya profile for more options open to you. Do your research first!! Hey, reading is free!!!
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This link, is to the User Manual for the Envision H 819 TFT LCD monitor, http://www.technostation.com/user-guide-owners-manual/Envision/Envision++H819+LCD+Monitor Under the User Manual heading, you will see -> 2009-04-08 12:20:36 To the right of that is -> cache <- in blue. Click on -> cache
The Envision user manual, plainly states that the Envision H 819 monitor, is a TFT monitor. [18.5" (47.0cm) TFT Color LCD Monitor]
Make sure the external VGA port on your laptop is enabled. Not all laptops automatically detect a monitor connected and turn on the port. There will be a function key somewhere on the keyboard to control the port. Location varies by manufacturer and model. The usual sequence when you press the key is: laptop display on and external VGA off, laptop off and VGA on, both on.