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LCD monitor I have a 17" Hyundai LCD Monitor that won't come on when i start my pc, I have to wait until windows loads and then press the re-start button and when it restarts the monitor comes on, i don't have any dead pixels that i can see and the colour/contrast is really good.This has been only happening for the last couple of months. my pc is a p4 with xp operating system(not sure what else to tell you) thank you in advance for any help you can give me with this problem Chris Kelly

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  • ck86786 Dec 23, 2008

    I have a NVIDIA GEFORCE FX500, 256 mb video card installed and when i checked there is no yellow question mark and my games i play all work fine. My monitor is Image Quest L70S.

    I hope i have sent the right info this time

    Thanks and merry xmas
    Chris Kelly


  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Pasify me,and download the new driver. That rewrite drivers for a reason. Yes their are no questions marks but you didn;t say it did not work you saifd it didn;t come on w/o exta effort on your part. 
    Is this the driver version and date that you haveor something older?






    175.19

    Release Date:
    If the new driver doesn't fix the problem I would  try reseating the video card. Have you tried another monitor to elimate that possibility?
    July 9, 2008


  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Have you reinstalled the video driver yet?

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It is not a software and installation problem it is a monitor hardware problem please try with local hardware engineers

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4) While holding the [2] button, now press and HOLD your POWER button.
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Plug the video cable back in, then restart the computer with the monitor turned on.

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