Question about ViewSonic G810 21" CRT Monitor
I think I may have a similar problem to the posted by pubsvin on Oct 16, 2006 except I'm using a MAC G4 dual processor desktop withMac OS X 10.3.6. I'll turn on the computer (from off, not sleep mode) and it will run fine for a while, then it will start clicking/switching on and off, sometimes lingering for a moment befor coming back on. It may then be fine for an hour or so, then start back up with the off/on switching again. Annoying to say the least. This problem started a few months ago -- I've bought the monitor used in 2004, didn't hook it up until Jan 2005 and it ran fine until this problem started somewhere in May/June of this year 2006. I'm probably the least technical person on earth but if there's something I can try that doesn't require a screwdriver (at least not the kind in a glass), I'll give it my best shot. I'm going to be upgrading to OSX Tiger (not sure what version) soon so I wonder if that will be an issue if this is driver related. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Maybe next time it won't receive anymore the sync pulses from the CPU, this problem needs quick repair to the inside components, have it repaired by a technician. small components like capacitor may cause the problem.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Will,just try to check your power options properties...and go to the power saving and select the power schemes..then you adjust the setting for always on power scheme.you adjust after 3 mins or below...i think the power setting of your monitor is set after 20 mins ...
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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