Question about HP f2105 21" LCD Monitor
I don't think it is related, but cursor is also unresponsive after boot | running Vista, but can wipe it and load XP pro if necessary.
SOURCE: thin blue line
vertical line on my hp f2105, at first there was 2 on the left after 2 month another one came up in the middle and after 5 month onother one again came up on the right. this is a good monitor when it comes to design and picture but durability.... it is a failure.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
SOURCE: Vertical lines in my HP screen
Please check if you get those line as soon as you turn it on, If yes, so need to get a replacement for the screen , and if it is no, try updating video driver of your system from the manufacturer website.
Hope this work
Posted on May 25, 2009
Please try to connect the monitor to another PC, if problem still exist then probably there's an internal problem in the circuit board of your monitor wherein an elecronic part/s might be cold soldered / defective. I recommend to bring the monitor to an authorized HP service center to fix the problem. If the monitor display is good if connected to other PC, then your previous PC should be checked if the VGA card (if there is any) is properly placed to its slot & working properly as well as it cables & connections. regards
Posted on May 30, 2009
you can pick up Faulty hp laptop dv6000 for around 90 Euros on Ebay if you look around you might get Cheaper.
Just depends if your willing to do a little work or just wanna buy a new Laptop you can pick up a Handy Laptop now if you look around for 300 and up.
But a screen is not that Hard tyo change if you can do it or have a friend i suggest if its important to you Buy a Faulty laptop but see if any one locally can change it for you if not Buy a new one but look locally as you can use yours till it gets fixed should only take 1 hour to change :)
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
OK, firstly, this problem can be due to a couple of factors. I will explain it in as much detail as possible.
Internal cracked LCD:
This is the most probable cause for these lines on the screen. Unfortunately this is not something which can be fixed without replacing the whole screen.
Damaged DVI cable:
A faulty DVI connection between the computer and the LCD screen will also cause this symptoms.
Faulty Graphics Adapter:
Lastly, this can be due to a faulty graphics adapter. If you use the on-board adapter, i would suggest that you first test the graphics adapter with another screen. Also, take out the graphics adapter and place it back in, just to make sure that there is not bad connection.
With all of the above explained, i will suggest that you start by testing the system with another screen. If the problem persists, check the connection with another cable.
If all else fails, have a look at the graphics adapter you are using.
Feel free to let me know if you need any further assistance.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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