I've owned it for a little over a year, and it suddenly stopped working. It was working fine, the next day i went to put on my pc and it wouldn't turn on at all. I've used different cables to see if it's a problem with them but it still won't turn on at all. When i press the "on" button the little light doesn't turn on.
I've experienced no problems with it at all so this was unexpected. Has anyone experienced anything like this or know what the problem could be before i buy a new monitor?
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I just had this problem at work and what I did was I powered up the computer and went into the menu. I went to the 2nd to last button and selected the reset. It's working perfectly now. I do not know if it will last but it's easy and free.
It's turns blue to power safe mode (yellow) it's prevent futher damaged to your monitor. It's seems you got a busted backlight inverter. Need to replaced a new one...Since you only got it for a few months, send it back to Acer for a replacement of a new backlight inverter... Have a nice day!
I have no idea about the game connection, don't add to many questions to this, as you can research that stuff yourself as you are now a expert in your own eyes. There is a driver for that monitor located on the Acer website and they offer a 3 year warrenty on the monitor. I doubt the driver will fix your issue, but it is at least worth a shot. If what you say is true, then it looks like to me you've tried just about everything that can be tried and I would lean toward explaining to Acer why you need a replacement monitor.
hi ,first unplug the monitor both from mains and the comp, keep it that way for some time and then check, and secondly the clicking sound might be of the relays used in the power curcit, check the relays,let me know
This is not a setting or driver issue! The best way to determine this is to connect the monitor up to another device to see if the same thing occurs! If it does then your backlight is in bad shape and it is starting to go bad. It will generate enough power to display some images, but when it continues to be on for a certain peirod of time it goes black. This is common when the backlight is starting to go bad!