Question about Soyo Computers & Internet
I have a 24" soyo monitor that I purchased 15 months ago- I have not opened the box until today... and it is DOA. If Soyo does not agree to replace or repair it, what is the most econcomic way to repair it. Are you familar with the cause of the doa?
What size monitor were you using before? If you were using a smaller monitor and everything was fine maybe this new monitor is out of range for the graphics card. I've found that not all graphics cards, especially older ones, will not run a monitor as large as 24 inches. If you can, connect this new 24 inch monitor to a computer with a more powerful graphics card. If it works then you will know that the problem is with your computer. Also connect your old monitor and go into control panel and see what range and resolution your graphics card will support. You may need a more powerful card to run the new monitor.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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