Question about ViewSonic VX910 19" LCD Monitor
When you turn the monitor and computer on the display will show the video for about 1 second then go blank. When the video changes to the windows start screen it comes on for 1 second then goes blank again. If you plug and unplug the video cable, the video is displayed about 1 second then goes blank each time you plug it in. A different computer gives the same results. Both dvi and vga inputs give the same results.
The video appears normal for the short length of time it is on but continues to blank after about 1 second. Any suggestions. Schematics would be a big help, but I have not found any readily available source.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is the @&%#* windows SP2 and SP3. I have a Dell Monitor 1907Fp and an ATI Radeon X300 and neither works well the DVI out.
But I discovered a method that works in both ATI and NVIDIA video cards.
1. Open Device Manager (Control Panel -> System -> Hardware)
2. Expand Display Adapters
In my case: ATI Radeon Series X300/X550/X1050
ATI Radeon Series X300/X550/X1050 Secondary
3. Disable -> ATI Radeon Series X300/X550/X1050
4. Restart PC
Doing this, Windows works with extended vga setup including in the same card. By disabling the device Windows does not load drivers that are creating the conflict because it does not send signals to the monitor and it goes into rest mode (saving energy).
The downside of this solution is that the card is working in basic mode, because drivers are used to activate the advanced features of the card, that is, performance in gaming or video editing decreases notoriously.
I hope it will help you in something.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Do you connect all monitor wires on ... Do you got with screen or computer some MSI thing... the monitor blue wire must connect that thing then that MSI or whatever must connect to computer
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Your monitor have a bad condensator in the PSU.
The only thing to do is to replace the Power Supply Unit (very expensive, more than a new monitor) or if you have electronic tools, found and replace that condensator.(cheaper way...)
Have you connected your monitor with a new power cord ?
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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