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I'm not sure what kind of diagram you need. The monitor uses a standard 3-prong power cord that you can purchase from any store that sells computers or electronic equipment. This is what the cord looks like:
This cord has the American-style plug, so yours may be different if you are out of the US, but the end at the monitor will be the same.
Looks as though the resolution has reset to Windows basic.
If you right click on the desktop, you should be able to see your video toolbox - NVIDIA - or whatever is installed. Click onto that and change the resolution.
Hope this helps.
I'm having the same problem and it turns out to be the main board.This Service guide is for Version 1.0 but turned out to be helpful http://www.abcelectronique.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=12292
Gateway has multiple part numbers for the LCD inverter board. Part numbers V01216400103, V01216400104, and V01216400105
are for the Profile 5 and 5.5 series with a 15" monitor. Part number V01316500104 and maybe others are installed in Profile 5 and 5.5 with 17" and 19" monitors.
Also the LG part number for the 19" monitor provided in Gateway literature is LM190E02-A4. There is no mention of the LM190E05 SL in the product specs I have seen. Gateway does make special purpose runs and does change components without much much notice though.
The definitive source of exact information is Gateway Tech Support. It may cost you a couple of bucks to get answers, but the value added to your system with a 19" vs. 15" screen to say nothing of the viewing comfort should far outweigh the cost of accurate information.
Good luck with your upgrade. Please keep me posted on whatever you try be it successful or not. I too have a Profile 5.5 with 15" and have been considering the larger screen upgrade.