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My ViewConic Monitor has exactly the same problem as this another post? HELP!

Posted by Hokey on May 02, 2007 I have had the ViewSonic VX924 for about 1.5 years. Just this morning when I moved the mouse to wake up the monitor, the screen flashed an image for a split second and then went blank. However, I noticed that the green LED flashes as well. I have plugged in other computers to the monitor and all display the same result. They work fine on a different monitor. My ViewConic Monitor has exactly the same problem as this another post? HELP!

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  • irina patterson Jul 24, 2007

    Do you mean to keep my resolution at low level all the time? What's the catch? Why with low resolution it will wake up faster?

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You need to replace the capacitors. Once you replaced thoose, it should start working agian.

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Does it come back if you lower the resolution to the lowest and make sure the refresh rate is at 60 Hz?

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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    The idea is to turn it to a lower resolution to see if the monitor comes on and stays on. If the resolution higher than what the monitor will support they monitor will be a blank image.

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