When I power on the computer the the LCD screen power on and after a couple of seconds goes dark. The computer and the programs are working normal, its only the LCD screen that goes dark. The same thing happens when I switch the LCD monitor power switch on/off - the LCD comes on for a few seconds and then turns dark.
I was told that it was the inverter, which I replaced but the problem still persists.
Looking for advice to find a fix to this problem. Thank you.
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Hi Jerry, Do follow the steps below... 1. Remove the RAM from the motherboard and switch it on. (you'll get 6 continuos beeps) Refix the RAM and check whether it is working or not... 2. Remove the CMOS battery and switch on the PC_ Switch off_Re fix the battery to the slot_Switch on... 3. Disconnect the hard disk from the PC and switch it on...
Can you try your monitor on another computer to see if it does this there as well? Usually this happens only when video is not detected coming from the PC. It could be as simple as a short in the monitor cable. If you have it connected to a laptop you'll also want to check you control panel power setting rules and then the screen saver under display.
It could be your monitor is fine. It simply goes to a cycle when its turned on and does not detect any signal coming from your CPU, it simply goes on standby mode (hence the darker image and orange/blinking light.) have you checked the computer (CPU) part?
Assuming all of the connections are secure this is most likely due to a failing LCD inverter which is basically the backlight of the screen. If it's less than a year old cash in on the manufacturer's warranty. If it's not you might as well buy a new one. Hope this helps.