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When the monitor starts up you should be able to see the Samsung screen logo, if not it does point to the monitor. But lets be sure! hook a spare monitor to the computer, if it is okay! the Samsung Monitor is the problem and is not cost effective to repair, cheaper to replace. Now if both screens show the same problem, this indicates the Video Graphics Card in the computer is the culprit.
Not a good news for you dude!
It appears you have burnt either you video card or the motherboard. It can also be monitor error.
What you should do is go and connect an external monitor to your cpu and check whether you get the screen there. If there is also "BLACK", it means your motherboard is gone!
Sorry for that! You will have to replace your motherboard
kdavey53, "switch-mode-power-supply" for X193W is probably in shutdown mode due to having detected a FAULT CONDITION with itself or another circuit. Black screen = partial shutdown?? Black and Blank screen = full shutdown??? Which is it? Are you going to repair unit or use warranty? Have you seen video clips at youtube for "LCD monitor disassembly" and "LCD monitor repair" dealing with the most common black screen problem with ALL BRANDS of lcd displays? FYI visit www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm or www.badcaps.net or try wikipedia and search "capacitor plague" !!! Read more of my responses to other BLACK/BLANK screen owners for more options that you may have open to you. If not inclined to DIY repair, then have deep pocket$$! Your best shot and what I would do is buy new AND repair X193W to keep as working spare unit. Might only cost $10 in parts on a DIY. But you will need to do the research and understand the problem that you monitor is having. Do you understand what makes your screen "light-up"? Have you any of the new style "curlie-Q screw-in energy saving CFL light bulbs? Same basic principle! Just implemented in different way to produce RAW WHITE LIGHTon reverse side of what you been looking at. Look see only FYI www.ccfldirect.com and then you will know. I'm lmistyrel on aim or 12fixlouie on fixya Hope this was of some use.
Did the other monitor have the same problem or was it ok? If it's just the one monitor, it may be on it's way out. It is very dangerous to open a monitor and try to repair it. Don't do it yourself unless you know exactly what you are doing. Have you installed anything new in your pc? What about seeing if there is an updated driver for the monitor? The monitor's website - support page - should have a driver update. See if that works. If you recently installed a graphics program, it could be a setting there that is messing things up.
resit your ram if the problem perssit then remove the video cable which is attaching to the cpu,check for any message in the monitor(monitor should be power on),if you are getting any message then your motherboards's display adapter has malfunctioned, send it for repair
Hi this is the way how to examine what's wrong with your LCD
monitors. Power on both CPU and monitor. After went black, you have
check if you can see the image on the screen or not by shining a flashlight into the
screen, not directly but find the best angle to the screen and take a look very
closely. If you can see the icons or any image, there will be a minor problem.
Like mine, I can see window image using flashlight and check lamps inside. Some
of them were broken and it is easily replaced. If you cannot see anything on
the screen, there'll be some problems with inverter board. If you have
soldering tool and want to fix it by yourself, check the caps first. It may
cause this problem. Some caps might show leaking or burn spot on the board
because of too high temp. If you don't have soldering tool, you better go get a
technician to do so.
Hi there, You do have a Hardware Problem, a Electronic Parts. If the scree is fine for about a minite and then goes black again then you may have a cold solder on the board of the monitor or a defective parts on Horrizontal Section for your screen. You may need to repalce some electronic parts. TY