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I can turn off and turn back on and it will repeat. Acts the same on any PC I attach it to.

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Lol well coincedentally I used to go to the computer stores a few years back with my brother, and he showed me how to do what you just decribed. You basically create a restart program to launch apon startup. try running in-safe mode and checking for that

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Can u be more specific on the problem

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My monitor showes for a split second then goes black


First, can you attach another monitor to the computer to check to see if it works?

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i have the same problem .
already know what it is .
its the cfl power inverters which are build into the power supply
easy way to see is let the computer start up hold a flashlight up to the screen you should see your desktop .if so its the inverters/powersupply .
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The monitor turns off and on repeatedly.


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Monitor will turn on but stay on for only a second.


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Starts up looking good then in 3 minutes, all hell...


Go to the ViewSonic site and read through their knowledge base on your monitor.

Then once you familiarize yourself with electronics safety by reading through a basics manual once or five times, and once you've got it, open up the monitor cold and/or hot, and find out where they spilled Coca-cola down the back or whatever might be suggested by the ViewSonic knowledge base.  Lather, rinse, repeat; when the monitor acts right, then stop.

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Once Standby mode shut down Monitor will not operate for a few days


Problem is maybe caused by electrolytic capacitors in PSU you can inspect them visualy if their top is blown then they are defective you can easily replace them.
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