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if the sleep light goes out, its probably not the inverter... I'd suspect a fault with the power board. It may not be viable to replace, unless you can find someone experienced to disassemble and diagnose the fault on this board.
The USB ports on the monitor will work only if you connect the monitor via a USB cable to your PC/Laptop's USB port. Sounds awkward. Doesn't it? There must be a USB cable with flat socket on one end and trapezium shape jack on one end. It should be in the box which the monitor came in. The USB ports in the monitor are just another extended USB ports for your PC/Laptop. If you can't find the cable mentioned above, it is the same cable you connect to a printer, scanner,........ In some cases you might need to install a driver which should also come along with monitor. Mostly you don't need to install.
If you have the original USB cable that came with the camera, there is a rubber flap on the side of the camera. Open that flap and the small end of the USB cable will fit into the plug located there.
Then take the larger end and plug it into a USB port on your computer. Depending on the computer you are using, this can be found on the front of the computer or the back. Sometimes there are also ports on the keyboard or monitor. Any USB port will do.
If you have the HP Image Unload software on your computer, simply turn the camera on. If you get a message asking to 'Select the program to launch' click 'Cancel.'
From this point the HP software will 'unload' your images on to your computer when you click 'Start Unload.'
---------- If you do not have the HP software, you need to change a setting in the camera for it to communicate with the computer.
Before you connect the camera with the computer, turn the camera on. Go to either the playback or capture menu and use the down arrow to select the setup menu (it looks like a wrench icon). Press OK.
Using the arrow keys, go to the 'USB Configuration' option and press OK.
Use the arrow keys and select 'Disk Drive' and press OK
Now connect the camera to your computer and go to 'My Computer' The camera will appear as if it were a disk drive. Select the camera and manually copy the image files to your computer.
Computer monitors generally do not have memory installed in them. In fact, most computer monitors only have an analog (VGA) connection to the computer, so no digital data transfer could be performed even if they had memory installed.
I looked at the specs of the HP S2031 and they looked pretty standard. I found nothing about memory whatsoever.
If you are asking about something besides memory when you say RAM, please elaborate. I understand RAM to mean Random Access Memory.
I do not know if this is the answer you are looking for, but I know that when I connected my S-video connection to some old crappy big screen TV, I had to set the laptop's second video output to specifically output to S-video. There were 3 or 4 different settings that had to be done. I dont remember the details, all I remember is that the 1. the second video monitor had to be set to the s-video connection. 2. the analog video setting had to be set to PAL or NTSC or whatever they are, I dont know what it is off the top of my head, then there was another setting, I dont remmeber, I think it was the setting to 'clone' the screen so that it just duplicated it. In this case, you might have to set the resolution to somthing smaller that would fit on a standard definition screen.