My FX 70 monitor shuts off or screan goes balck . I have to keep turning it on and off at the monitor six or so times before it will stay on. it stays on for a few days then acts up again and I have to do the on and off treatment again. what do you think. Works perfect otherwise. also will a 1530 or 1730 monitor work with my HP 720n computer and will i need software to run this or other HP monitors if I need to replace this one? Thanks,John R. Elko
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my HP w1907 flat screen keeps shutting off after playing a game, but does it frequently when changing browsers also.The blue lite stays on, if I click and return it back on blue the monitor opens for one second. Also I can't return the screen resolution back to its original setting, which is 1440x900 because any browser home page has a 4"white space on both sides of the monitor. I can't hit my auto selectbutton because that causes the problem. I spent $60.00 for tech support but no help on fixing the problem. One tech directed to buy hardware helper,that was about$30.00! I just keeps directing me to my original chipset setting which I told the tech that's where my problem started! My daily important update keeps popping up with it,so where's the HP support when you paid for it? Problem still not resolved. Joe...aka email@example.com,,I bought the HP monitor and tower together,so it's a HP PROBLEM
First place to check will be the power supply section, look for bad caps with bulging top or bottom seal, post back what you see so we can guide you further, see example of failed monitors due to bad caps: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
It shows that the monitor is going to the power saver mode.It is not a problem of the monitor.This happens when there are no signals received on the monitor.It turns back to the normal mode when a signal is received on it.
This is probably a back light problem. Take a bright flashlight and while the monitor is on, point it at the LCD and try different angles, etc. If you can see an image, it is the back light, probably the back light voltage converter unit in the lcd. It could also be the back light bulbs.
If you don't see an image with the flash light, then it could be the main logic board.
Usually when an LCD display shuts off on it's own this can be a power supply issue. I would say if you checked all the connections you may want to contact the manufacturer. If it is only a few months old then you should be able to get it replaced under warranty.
Also, you may have an auto shut off feature enabled on the display itself. You may want to go through the display's menu to very that this is not the case.