Question about Mag Innovision LT776s 17" LCD Monitor
The monitor evidently goes into sleep mode. The power light flashes quickly and the monitor never comes on. Sometimes I can get it to recover through a series of random 'alt+ctrl+del' or other key strokes trying to get it to reboot. Usually, it takes a hard boot. The monitor stays 'dark' until the windows user screen appears. The power light goes solid green and I get a picture.
I have disabled the power settings in the Display options of the computer. And, I have had this monitor on two different towers with the same result.
Is there a why to disable the sleep mode of the monitor or fix this problem?
You can google search for an app called NOSLEEP.EXE
It was written by a Symantec employee to keep your screen active regardless of pic settings.
Install and run it. That will verify the issue is with of or monitor
Software is free
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No Display
I have the same problem - the blank/black screen and blinking green power light. The speakers on the monitor work (I can hear the start-up sound that Windows makes), but the screen is blank. We bought the monitor on Halloween Night 2003 at Best Buy and had zero problems to date...except for last night. The Best Buy gang told me this afternoon that it was an internal hardware issue. I called the manufacturer and the tech guy confirmed the problem by saying he was almost positive it was the internal "inverter board" - which means you have to send it in to get it fixed. I guess this is a fairly common problem with these monitors by the way he made it sound. So, that's a $70.00 deal (service, parts, labor, and shipping back to your house) - that is, if there are no other issues with the screen itself - then the cost goes up. So by the time you pay to send it to them and then pay them to fix the board - it looks like you're better off buying a new flat panel monitor. Yikes. Anybody else with any suggestions - other than buy a new one? Thanks!!
Posted on Nov 02, 2006
That usually means that the connection between the PC and the monitor has been interupted- check that the cable (probably has blue ends) between the two is firmly connected, and power it back up. If that doesn't work, you have one of three problems; a broken VGA cable, a broken monitor, or a broken video card. Finding out which- you'll actually need someone tech-savvy there to help you figure that out. Try plugging the monitor into a different computer. If that fails, use a different VGA cable (cables are pretty cheap at monoprice.com), and if that fails, it's your video card.
Posted on May 23, 2007
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Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Can you send pictures of the power board to me at email@example.com I will check our service manuals for the model and get back with you about a solution.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
get a bright light or torch and shine it on the screem if you see any faint image then the problem lies with your backlight, sometimes connectors come loose and thats your best hope. if you have a warranty of any kind its time to use it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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