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Monitor Buzz on start -up

Monitor Buzz and keeps shutting off on startup, I turn on and off a bunch of time and reset the monitor. Once it is running it runs fine all day. My monitor recently started buzzing when I turned it on. Darker display colors seemed to make it louder; if I put something on screen that filled it with white, like a blank page on my browser, it goes almost inaudible.

After a while, it seems to go away on it's own.

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Try a different monitor or this monitor on a different computer. If it makes same noise on different machine or new monitor makes no noise on your machine you need a new one.

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