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Screen blacks out

Monitor blacks out about 20-30 minutes after turning on.inspite of setting resolution and frequency the problem persists,drivers are ok,power option is set to never .still the problem exists. green light keeps glowing,music keeps playing but screen is black with message not optimum resolution.

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Re: screen blacks out

OK you need to try this monitor on another pc so as to write off a faulty graphics card. If your settings on monitor match the pc and youve tried the auto settings button, there is a faulty lcd for replacement.

Posted on Nov 10, 2006

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