Lately its been taking longer and longer to come on now it wont come on at all but the light is blinking green and i still have sound coming through. I also have my my tv hooked up to my video card and its still working. I never had any problems in the last 4 years that ive had my flat screen until recently when I installed my n-vida 3d video card about 6 weeks ago, and about 3 weeks after that I noticed the screen not coming on right away and as time went by it was taking longer and longer to come until now it wont come on at all.
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It's risky... But try reinstalling your, Graphics Driver, Sleep mode is used occasionly if you use it too often your screen will eventualy wear away. If that still don't work. Try reinstalling Windows.
This is most likely the power inverter board in the monitor - this is common in many monitors. If it started taking longer and longer to display an image, and the power light is blinking on-and-off, that's the problem.
You can confirm that it's the monitor and not your computer or the cable by plugging in another monitor if you have one to try. If it's under warranty, send it back, if not, there are inverter boards for many common models of LCD monitors that are replaceable
The board can run anywhere from $50 on up. Depending on how old your monitor is and how much you've invested into it, you may find it better to just replace it with a gently used one from ebay.
hi, there is some loose contact in the connection. Take out the cable end from the VGA socket and check the pins inside the socket for any bend inside the socket. Reconnect it, tight the connector with the socket bolts. If not solved, try for any loose solder or wire breake.
Same with mine a couple days ago. I've been told the contacts have oxidized and need to be cleaned. It was going to cost about $80 to fix and no guarantee how long it would last so I just bought a new monitor.