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  • 5117 Nov 26, 2007

    no screen display on my monitor! it just occured all of the sudden! but there is a green light, indicating the supply of power if just okay.

  • bejaie Jan 01, 2008

    my monitor is connected to the computer,the computer is on but the monitor wont turn on..the power button on the monitor doesnt even come on green or amber colored,it's as if it not connected at all..it worked just fine until I moved and reconnected everthing..Can someone please tell me what to do..Thank you.

  • joseki Jun 20, 2008

    Green light (Power) is on. No display (Black out) on screen. Tested with another monitor and it is OK - ie nothing to do with computer.

    Joe


  • Anonymous Jul 06, 2008

    computer does not display on x2gen monitor

    hooked up a samsung and it worked fine

    it is a battle every time the computer is turned off



    HELP

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2008

    monitor does not power on no green light no amber light

  • chris 101 Nov 04, 2008

    the green light comes on and all but the image does not show

  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2008

    monitor was going on and off for a little while, but now will not turn on at all. have tried other computers and using as a secondary screen, but monitor still does not work. Power on monitor works, but screen is still black

  • kallrise77 Dec 18, 2008

    yes i have a same problem. power is there green light appeare but screen blank.(no display).

  • silverskull Jan 09, 2009

    I have two Samsung 710N monitors that just have the green light slowly flashing. It's not the computer - I'm on it right now with a different monitor - but it's such a waste to have two of them lying around and not working.

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I know that this sounds crazy but I have the same problem with a 710v monitor. What works for me is turning off the monitor and then turning it back on. Then as soon as the monitor is on press and hold the "Auto" button. If it goes up to 20% and then goes black try it again. If you press it at the right time it will go all the way to 100% and it will stay on. You will probably have to do this every time you shut down your computer or after you leave it for a long time. It works for me so hopefully it will work for u.

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1 check connector from monitor to computer. 2 video card in computer if any for loose or defective. 3 loose contact in monitor 4 problem in smps power supplyinside monitor. 5 if it is ok check horizontal section in monitor. 6 crt base or any connector loose.

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