Upon shut down of my computer at night the monitor takes 45 minutes to turn on upon start up in the morning, WHY I shut down the computer not the monitor and still it won't show any pic and the green light for the monitor is blinking until it actually turns on. The monitor is NOT in hibernation or anything it just won't turn on right away and the green light keeps blinking until it does show the desk top
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Re: takes to long for the monitor to start
This is a power supply problem in the monitor. There is an unstable component or components that are failing or you have some cold solder joints in the connections.The reason it turns on is that some components are self healing and will sometimes stabilize after warm-up periods.Cold solder joints sometime close after heating up in the circuit You should return to dealer for repair or replacement. Hope this helps you.
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Get in the habbit of turning off LCD monitors when not in use. First, save electric. Second, save your monitor as LCD will burn up faster than a CRT. As for your problem, I would assume it's burning out and/or about to burn out...overheating. I would shut the entire system down, let is sit for 5 minutes and reboot everything. If it still fails to strike properly, it is probably toast.
that shouldn't have messed up your monitor at all. It sound slike it needs to be reset. Unplug the monitor for at least 5 minutes. Then plug it in and power it back on.It may be stuck in a standby mode.
This problem could be caused by windows or the monitor .You need to hook up your monitor to another computer and see if you get the same response. If you do check and see in the owners manual if there is a control for power management.Find the control and try to adjust it, or turn it off. If all this does not work than you need to take the monitor in for servicing. If the monitor works,you may have a problem with the computer bios or windows itself. Check all power management controls in the bios and window settings and see if you can find the problem.Check the Microsoft website for this problem with your operating system and a solution. Hope this helps.
If there is a picture when it does some on then It sounds like your
power board or inverter are having problems with components
overheating. They heat up and the system shuts down, col off and they
try to start back up.
Another thing that causes this is a failing bulb.
These usually show pink in the color when they start up or they flicker a bit or they are ddark in the middle and then clear up.
If you are up to it and want to take it apart, send me a picture to email@example.com.
I may be able to see the problem from a picture.
Ok sounds to me like a power supply problem.. this a a fairly common symptom. I suggest that as a temporary fix you set the monitor to NOT turn the power off to the monitor in sleep mode if possible, in your power settings for the monitor.