Question about Fujitsu Siemens Siemens Business Line 19P4 19" CRT Monitor
I have had my monitor for quite some time now and recently i got a new graphics card and the monitor doesnt turn on it just stays black with an orange LED when i turn the pc on. but everything else runs fine.
My monitor canot power on . I need service centre in abudhabi.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
OK PEOPLE I GOT THE SOLUTION TO THE MAG INNOVISION LT916S GOING BLACK AFTER ANY LENGTH OF TIME BEING ON!!! I JUST REPAIRED MINE TODAY! THE PROBLEM IS THE CAPACITOR BANK IN THE POWER SUPPLY PART THERE ARE 6 CAPACITORS I HAD A FEW LEAKY ONES "NOT GOOD" THE CAPACITOR SPECS ARE AS FOLLOWS 470UF 25V 105 DEGREES C MEANING 470 MICRO FARAD/25 VOLTS I HAD A VERY HARD TIME FINDING THE 25 VOLT ONES SO I WENT WITH 470UF/35V 85 DEGREES C THEY MIGHT NOT LAST AS LONG AS THE OTHERS DUE TO THE TEMP RATING HOWEVER, IM THINKING SINCE THEY CAN HANDLE UP TO 35 VOLTS IT SHOULD EVEN OUT AND HEY, ITS WORKING SO FAR SO GOOD!! THE CAPACITORS ARE FROM UNDER A DOLLAR A PIECE TO A COUPLE BUCKS EACH. THE CAPACITORS HAVE A BOLD LINE RUNNING UP ON ONE SIDE INDICATING THE POLARITY. BOLD LINE SIDE IS "-" SIDE WITHOUT BOLD LINE ITS "+" THE POWER SUPPLY BOARD HAS THE POLARITYS STAMPED ON THE BOARD ITSELF UNDER EACH CAPACITOR. EASY 30 MINUTE FIX IF YOU ARE LEARY ABOUT SOILDERING, FIND A FRIEND THAT KNOWS HOW TO. ITS REALLY NOT THAT HARD THOUGH AND YOULL HAVE SOME DECENT ROOM TO WORK WITH. I PROMISE WHEN YOU OPEN IT UP YOU WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY SEE AT LEAST 4 OF THE 6 CAPACITORS BULDGING AT THE TOPS MAYBE EVEN LEAKING BROWNISH STUFF. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR THOUGH AND REPLACE ALL OF THEM WHILE YOUR IN THERE "THE SIX BIGGER ONES ONLY" IF ANY OF YOU NEED FURTHER HELP OR ANY OTHER QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PROJECT PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AT BTLEE26@HOTMAIL I DAMN NEAR WENT CRAZY TRYING TO FIND A SOLUTION ON HOW TO FIX THIS THING SINCE I SPENT OVER 300 BUCKS FOR IT NEW. AND IM BY NO MEANS A EXPERT WHEN IT COMES TO THIS STUFF BUT I DO KNOW A FEW THINGS. AS IM SURE MOST OF YOU DO. TAKE CARE YOU ALL AND THANKS TO THE GY WHO MENTIONED SOMETHING ABOUT CAPACITORS BEING BAD IN HIS!
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
If your monitor has svideo out or in plug it to a television or monitor with svideo capability.Then go to the desktop and right click on the screen click properties so that the display menu comes up click settings tab and look to see if there are two displays featured click on 1 and see if there is a check mark as the primary display and make sure the other box is not checked.Depending on if you are using two monitors you should leave it checked.Sometimes the drivers default to the svideo output.Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2007
Did you uninstall your old graphics card driver first,if not try starting up in safe mode(pressing F8 on boot up)and hopefully you can uninstall your old driver through ADD/Remove programmes. Try booting again and install drivers from instalation CD. If you did not have an old graphics card and you were using your onboard graphics display, you will have to connect back to the VGA port you previously used and enter the bios(pressing F2 or DEL on boot up) and enabling your AGP card as the primary display device in the 'Advanced Chipset Features'. Press ESC and it will ask if you want to save settings on exit ;press 'Y'. Connect monitor back up to your new card,boot up and install drivers from your installation CD.
Posted on Oct 24, 2006
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