Hello, I Have 2 Proview PL926WBi, bought them the same day at the same place however on has a DVI and one dosent. In any case I have them hooked to a Radeon X1050 one DVI one VGA. The VGA one though has a dark blue overlay so everything that i place on the screen turnes blue. I have hooked other monitors to the card and no problems. UI and ReInstalled Drivers with no sucess. Can anyone tell me whats wrong?
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Check that the cable is firmly connected and plugged into the right connection on the computer. Make sure that the monitor is reading from the right input, (i.e. if it's a blue connection it should be set to VGA/Analog, if white then it should be DVI/Digital) or at least set to Automatic.
This can be configured on the monitor by pressing its' Menu button.
have a look at the board open up the monitor and remove the boards and you have to look for doomed or colored caps, they will be obvious compared to the good flat caps on the board. replacing these will most likely repair your issues.
Does the led on front of the monitor stay blue or does it become amber ?
If it becomes amber, then you are not getting a signal.
No harm in trying this : You can try to see if it is a contact problem.
With the monitor unplugged.
Use a small paper clip to run in and out of the blue vga plug holes a
few times each to make sure they are not plugged or gummed up.
If that doesn't help and you know that your video cord is good, then I
am afraid to say that more than likely there is a problem with yor
If it stays blue then the signal is there but the screen isn't fully
lighting up, leading to a failing power-inverter board or a bad bulb.
unsoldering is the only way to UN-mount capacitors the board needs to be out of the casing. a solder iron and some electronic solder wire can be bought at radio shack or any other electronics store. procedures are all over the internet
How have you connected the monitor to the computer?
Is it through the vga or the dvi port?
Pls press the monitor menu button and change the mode to vga or dvi depending on the connection that you have now.
You might also get a vga to dvi adapter and connect the monitor to the computer.