Question about Computers & Internet
Those guys are right on how to troubleshoot this kind of monitors, about the bulges capacitors and cold solder terminal. Use a magnifying glass to check on cold solder lids. Concentrate on the coils and transistors lids
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
yeah so this happens alot and it is always one of three things.
1. the monior is shot
2. the video card component in the pc is done for
3. your cpu has a more serious problem.
i am leaning towards option one becase you say that the pc is on and you can sometimes see the screen and use the pc. Also another problem could be a short in the monitor cables themselves.
one good way to check out whats wrong is to hook up another monitor to the unit and see if everything is ok
i hope this helps.
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