Hi. The display on my Dell 1703FP monitor appears for about a second before disaapearing again. Switching it off then on again causes it to reappear, again for about a second, then disappear again. Any thoughts on where to start with fixing it?
Reduce the hardware acceleration on it. I resolved it by reducing acceleration and changing my screen size. It works. I wanted higher resolution but it doesn't seem to be possible for some reason.
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Will make this simple for you this is a free download and does the driver downloads free also, and if there are other out dsated drivers it will update them also. Pleas3e download slim drivers for free may have to make your self a free account no big deal. let it scan if it needs a driver it will fix it. Or you can go to dells website and got to there driver downloads and put in the model number and download there.
Your inverter circuit is faulty. This controls the lights inside the screen so you can see what is happening on the LCD panel itself.
If you shine a torch into the LCD from the top at an angle you will still see the images on the screen. But with no light inside to project it outwards, it's dark.
A local TV repair shop should be able to do the reprair fairly cheap, but it's best to make a few phone calls and check they will work on an LCD monitor firstly, and secondly a rough quote.
This is a very common fault with LCD monitors.