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Re: I am having problems with fickering display
Your PC is overdriving the monitor and it is protecting itself from harm. Start in SAFE mode (press F8 wile booting) and SAFE mode to see if it works in Windows DEFAULT setting. Then Reboot and readjust to something sensible (1280*1600, 32bit, 60Hz)
My guess is that MSoft pushed a patch or SP to your box and IT replaced the dll your monitor was using.
Goto mfg and DL and reinstall the correct drivers again
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Please check it monitor color adjust button. If ok then you check it monitor cable if change possible then change it or power cable also proper connect. If not solved contact Good Monitor technician.
Check with the LCD by attaching one side to the LCD and other side to the laptop. If display is clear on the LCD then your laptop's screen have some problem otherwise your laptop's motherboard have some problem
The problem is in the monitor screen, there is a large circuit board connected behind the main display screen. The video signal is feed to the main board and generates the proper color balance, the second problem is the lamp behind the display is flickering and breaking down. To repair this will not be cost effective, cheaper to replace the monitor. But I would suggest hooking a spare monitor to the computer to make sure there are no additional issues.
check in the bios by taping F10
if the screen is flickering in the bios then it is a hardware issue
if it does not flicker in the bios then it is not a hardware issue
try updating the display driver
if it does not work then needs to perform a recovery on the computer
When the LCD monitor display flickers and or has a black screen then the fault is usually a faulty inverter or the CCFL lamp. When you look at the screen at a sharp angle and you see a dim image then it is a backlight problem and it is caused by a faulty inverter or a CCFL lamp.
Check out LCD Parts for parts, service, and DIY info. Use this link to their WEB site :- www.lcdparts.net
Probably the inverter board of your monitor has been exhausted. The inverter is the part that enables the monitor to glow, making a little fluorescent gas lamp insithe the LCD bright strong enough to illuminate all the panel. When this circuit has some disfunction the lamp could oscilate, ficker and finally die making the panel dark and you couldn read what's on the screen.
The inverter has a lifetime, and the lamp too, check the lamp lifetime of your monitor and the inverter too.
But this could only be performed to a qualified person, due the high probability of electric shock if you try to make yoursel the repair.
Hi , The monitor flicker problem. The monitor when turn on will display image for couple of second then turn black. The monitor status led is still green. This will happen each time it is turn on. The symptom at appear to come from the inverter board.
If you have another computer, try hooking to it and see if it flickers on it too.
If you hit Ctl-Alt-Delete and choose Task Manager, does the box flicker there?.
Adjust the monitor ratio in the Display Settings/Display/ Display Adapter Properties, Monitor Tab, see drop down (increase screen refresh ratio to higher number).
Try reloading the drivers, delete the device in device manager and reboot. It should then pick up the drivers and reload them, if that does not work I would suspect the screen is on its way out (flickering normally means the screen or its connection is bad)