Question about Philips 105S51 15" CRT Monitor
Hi I have a problem with my monitor CRT 14" 104s. I use it for quite time. Now when I starts the computer the power light goes green but no display appear on screen. I replace with same monitor to check and the video is working fine as usual. Then I replace the power cable and fixed it again and some times the picture comes. i tried this when I got this fault every time and sometime I have to keep fixing the power cable for hours to take the display. suddenly the picture appears. I tried with replacing the power cable and cleaning and adjusting the three power pins in the monitor also. So it's still bugging me. Please give me a good workaround for firstname.lastname@example.org
I suspect the problem is with the monitor itself. I have had the same problem. I reported it to Dell and they sent me a new monitor within a few days the problem resurfaced again on the new monitor. They have since sent me a new monitor and the problem has disappeared. The Dell customer service people sounded rather cagy to me when I suggested that this was a problem endemic to this model. The replacement monitor that I have had a sticker on the box that read "refurbished". This is a rather new model of monitor to already be into selling "refurbished" models. If you are still under warranty I suggest you call them. And even if you aren't, call them anyway. I sense that they know about this problem.
Posted on Nov 07, 2006
You better buy a new one fixing just damage the monitors board heating the pcb just lessen the time you can use it!
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Its good that u hav replace the power cable... but..to know that its a monitor problem or a the comp: ***turn on the comp. and unplugg the monitor connector from the back of the comp., if u see the msg on the screen which says"no input signal" that means the monitor is absolutely fine.. ***try to unplugg all the cables from the back of the comp.including the ethernet cable, printer, etc..and then press and hold down the power button on the front panel of the comp. for 45 secs and then release it..after that connect only the monitor cable, power cable and turn on the comp. it will boot properly.. and then try to connect each cable and restart the comp...if its still not work ***then try to turn on the comp. and keep tapping the f8 key like tapp tapp tapp..if u see the windows advanced options then select safe mode and hit enter... ***or else try f1 and check for the set up utility.... if it comes then press f5 and then f10 "load defaults settings" highlight yes and hit enter... pls reply wht happens.. so that i can proceed with other troubleshooting steps.. tk. care bye AYUSKANT
Posted on Jan 09, 2007
You say it's a 14" CRT but you posted the problem under "Likom - HD15A (Black) 15" _LCD_ Monitor" So if it IS a CRT and you've been using it with no problems for some time on that PC it sounds like it's time for a new monitor. You said you tried a second monitor of the same model and it works fine? And you said the power LED stays green when the monitor goes blank so your power cable/connection is fine. Hate to say it but it's time for a new monitor. If you DO have an LCD it could be the back-light inverter board which can be replaced. Good Luck and let me know how it goes, Duder
Posted on Nov 16, 2006
Next time you get it working, change the resolution on your pc to match the monitor settings, maybe they are 1024 x 768 on your pc but monitor will only allow for 800 x 600. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 23, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's working fine in DOS, it can only be your display drivers for your operating system. What happes when you start in SAFE MODE? When you PC starts, keep pressing the F8 key, go to Safe Mode. If it works, bring the Resolution down to 800 X 600 and load the new display card drivers. Restart, should be fine.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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