Question about HP Pavilion F1503 15" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
I have an HP L1502 LCD monitor that worked fine with a Compact Presario desk top but since I replaced the Desk top with an eMachine, I have had problems with the monitor going blank and bright when I turn the PC on. I have to reset the breakers each time to get it going.
I tried to get the monitor driver downloaded from HP but there were no Vista software listed. They were all Window XPs. I tried other ways to download the driver software but was not successful. Can anyone help?
Try using a different wall outlet to plug in your monitor. Believe it or not this actually may help.
What ever breakers you are talking about to get the monitor going doesn't really have anything to do with the drivers. Monitors are "plug and play" meaning the drivers are installed for you when you plug it in. It"s possible you don't have the connections on securely or maybe one of the pins are bent. Does it say "restore active desktop" anywhere on your screen?
Also possible the power supply isn't strong enough for your lcd.
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