Question about Computers & Internet
My monitor randomly shuts down internally. Sometimes its only for a few seconds, sometimes for several minutes or more. The screen and all LEDS go black. It then reboots and may go for minutes, hours or days. The power supply is external and feeds a steady 12.1V. The problem doesn't seem to be heat related.
I could probably fix it (I'm an electrical engineer) but I can't get the back off!
How do I do that (for a start!)
I've experienced the same problem in a large environment and found that capacitors within the pc itself were swollen...replacing the motherboard solved the issue.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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