Question about Dell E197FP LCD Monitor
Last week I after my computer was "asleep" for awhile I went to "wake" it up. My computer woke up fine but the monitor went off, sleep, on (the power button shows no color (off), orange, then green, then off again) over and over very quickly and didn't stop. I unplugged the monitor for a little while and tried again. Same thing. I left it unplugged over night and it worked the next day.
A week later this happened again. Only this time after leaving it unplugged for the night it still is doing this when I plug it in.
I would recommend that you try it on another computer to see if you are able to reproduce the results. If that is the case you should look at any new drivers, software or updates that have been installed. If the issue continues with another PC, it sounds as though the monitor's power supply is possibly failing. in that case I would suggest you simply replace the whole monitor. Unless you are not shy with a soldering iron. ;) good luck!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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