Question about HP w1907 LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Going to Sleep
Due to the power surge, it is highly possible that the monitor was given a boot by your computer on it's way out.
This will short out a very small transistor inside the monitor on the video board and in turn, then monitor cannot see that there is a signal so goes to sleep.
If you get brave enough to venture inside the screen, then check near the cable input. The transistors are only around 3mm and have 3 legs (two one side and one in the middle on the other).
If you find anything like that burnt (get a magnifying glass) then replacing the board is the easiest option. Just don't be tempted to wipe the board before you look at everything very closely, you may wipe away the tiny bit of evidence you are looking for.
Hope it helps =)
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Try cleaning your RAM it should be the issue mostly 80%
You can check by rremoving the VGA cable if the system shows no signal mostly monitor should be fine
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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