Question about Dell E171FPb 17" TFT LCD Flat Panel Monitor
I just began having a problem with my monitor. My wife first experienced it, she said a blue screen showed up with a warning to shut off the computer or files could be lost and it also had a time clock that was counting down. Not knowing what to do she let it shut down. The screen went black, the on/off light blinks repeatedly, and the monitor power on/off switch doesn't work. The only way to power down is by unplugging the power cord. I was online with Dell, someone in India, and he could not identify the reason for the flashing green light. While I was chatting with him the monitor returned to normal ops. This morning I woke to the same problem as described. Any ideas on this? Thanks, Trent
Try first unplugging the monitor and the computer from the wall for 12 to 24 hours. If this does not work, hook up another monitor to the puter to see if the problems with the puter or the monitor.
Posted on Sep 22, 2006
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