Question about Computer Monitors
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.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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Modern monitors have a 'native resolution'. While most LCD monitors can display a wide variety of screen resolutions, the native resolution will always look best, since this is the screen resolution that matches the number of pixels inside the display. Any other screen resolution may look blocky or distorted, since the number of pixels used in the picture will not match the actual number in the display.
You can adjust your computers display resolution easily. For best results with your monitor, you should use the latest display drivers and monitor drivers and run your monitor in its native resolution. For more information on updating your display drivers, see this link.
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