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Re: can't connect my new acer monitor
Make sure the cable is connected securely on both the monitor and the computer. If that is good,
try another monitor to insure the cable is good. If a second monitor shows the same thing, the problem is in the computer.
There would seem to be a problem with the graphics card or on-board graphics. Did you add a new video card? If so, make sure the card is seated in the slot.
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Open your cpu cabinet. Refix RAM memory . Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 10 minutes. Pull processor fan and processor then refix both clean dust from all parts. Remove pci cards from pci slot then check. Let me know if you need more assistance. Thanks.
I have a dual monitor system, both are the x223w. Same problem but only on the second monitor. Backlight shuts off.On/off light stays blue. I have to turn off the monitor and turn it back on. I returned it and Acer could not find any problem so I got it back. No problem for awhile and now a few times over the past couple days. Not good...
You haven't mentioned if this is a new monitor or not so there can be a few causes. First thing is to simply check the video cables from the back of the computer to the monitor. If you moved or bumped or done nothing at all you can have a bad connection. Simply remove the cable connection from the back of the monitor and reattach and then do the same on the computer end. That usually results in the head smack fix. If it doesn't then try the monitor on a different computer. It is possible its your video card but I've seen the cables be the culprit most of the time.
Please try to check the sound device status if its working properly thru right click My Computer icon > Properties > Hardware tab > Device Manager > (double click) Sound, Video & Game Controller OR System Device > System Speaker. also, take note of the Troubleshoot tab. If still it doesn't work, I think you have to reinstall the sound driver (from its motherboard software CD if it's built-in type). best regards
mcdevito75 here, I also have an Acer and it Doesn't tilt, that doesn't mean yours won"t, try to hold the monitor by the top and simply try to tilit it while makeing sure the base stays flat on the desk, (table) don"t force anything. Also look for any kind of screw, or handle connected to the base (bottom) or near bottom of back of monitor. Hope this helps. Oh! also check the manual that came with the monitor, mine has no mention of tilt. Sorry.
Sounds like an inverter problem. If the power supply is internal replace the capacitors coming out of the voltage regulators. These are usually 1000mf and/or 470mf. If that doesn't do the trick look up the numbers on the 8-pin chips that drive the secondary transformers on the inverter to see if they are getting the right voltages. Good Luck!