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Monitor picture keeps rotating when monitor gets warm

Hi my monitors, picture keeps turning round when it gets hot frind said it mught b my inverter im trying to find out whr and what type i need to fix it
i run a hannsg 17 inch flat screen jg171a the company i bought it of went bust no one in australia knows anything about or have heard of hanns g

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17" ? Igot one donated on the local flea market(use it for testing/repair).
What do you mean with "rotating" sounds somewhat trollish to me.

Posted on Aug 02, 2014

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SOURCE: Medion MD7317 17 inch Flat Panel Monitor

My MD7317 did the same thing until I actually installed the driver for it. My windows did not have the correct driver in it's driver base, so I found the driver online ( took a few minutes of searching) and within a few minutes of installation the monitor displayed a great colorful picture. Naturally, I had to use another monitor while I was searching. Driver is about 3.3 megs. It came in a zip format. I did not keep track of the link to driver, but it omly took a few minutes to locate it.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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SOURCE: BenQ LCD 17 inch Monitor

I wonder if this has a backlight in it. Most/or all LCD flatpanel displays use a backlight in them, namely a small florescent tube (a tiny version of the office florescent lights). If this is burn't out, or the little power supply which runs it dead, you will have a black display. The image is actually there, you just can't see it, except perhaps faintly when external light hits it just right. The display must be disassembled to check this light. If you have tech savvy, and some equipment, voltmeter, maybe an oscilloscope, you could check it out. Where to get a replacement lamp? Google it... perhaps the manufacturer.

Posted on Sep 17, 2007

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Hello!

Maybe you need to install the correct driver of your video card. But first update your motherboard driver, if you have CD/DVD utilities enlclosed in your computer from the vendor then you should reinstall that in series installation. after that installation restart the system and then install the updated driver or the current CD/DVD utilities of your geforce 8600 GT and again restart the system after installation. and then set the monitor display to the required display of your games.

May this help, best regards, melnavz

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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SOURCE: HANNS-G MONITOR BLACK SCREEN JUST FLICKERS

I have the same problem. I leave the computer on for awhile to warm up the screen. I don't know why, that seems to help. I turn off the screen on the bottom right and do that a couple of times. Behind the screen I unplug and plug and unplug and plug the screen in again. After it gets going, it works all day. But at night I like to turn off the computer to rest. So I have to do this every morning.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: philips 17 inch 170s4fg lcd monitor,display flickering

I have Got one philips 170S lcd monitor. Iam having flicker peoblem and my display not stable. pls, give me ur best solution for the above problems.

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