Question about Neovo F-417 17" LCD Monitor
Since a power fluctuation, followed by a complete failure, my F-417 has been behaving weirdly:
It works normally for some time, then the screen goes blank and the power LED blinks unevenly. While it's doing this, the power button seems to neither turn it on, nor off. A random time of this, and the picture returns, and the monitor continues to function for a bit more, and then back and forth between these two states. Changing the power cable didn't help.
Could anyone offer any ideas as to what this is, and if it can be fixed?
You may want to check the VIDEO cable that goes from the monitor to the computer. Make sure its in tight. If the montor still continues doing this, it could be caused either by A) a faulty monitor, or the monitor is going bad B) the video card inside the computer is going bad. If you have another monitor in the house, try it and see if you have the same problems. If you do it's most likely the video card inside the comptuer going bad. If you don't, then replace the monitor. Was the monitor plugged into a surge protector? Let me know how it turns out... THANKS
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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