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Hope this helps.... Your monitor has an inverter issue. You know it's an inverter problem when:
1. Your monitor starts normally and displays the startup/desktop screen for a while.
2. Then it suddenly goes off, leaving a blank (black) screen or a very dim display.
There are two problems, screen goes black after 2 seconds, red only. The problem is in the video processing board located on the back of the picture tube, it is well shielded against outside interference.
No, all you need to do is reset the monitor to factory settings. I fixed mine that way. If your monitor goes off every 3 seconds (like mine did) you have to be fast or siwtch it on/off few times between the steps to get it fixed.
- 1st. unlock the OSD if when you press 'menu' you get the message 'OSD Locked'. To do this switch off the monitor, and press 'menu' while you switch it on again.
- 2nd. Switch it on, press 'menu' and quickly 'press '<' (left) twice and 'menu' twice to get it reset.
- 3rd switch it off and on again and if still goes off after 3/4 secs, try to reset it again.
I reset mine and it is working find. Before it went blank after 3 secs.
I just tried this because I did not understand why if it was a hardware problem I could see the screen for 2/3 seconds and if pressed on/off it came back, it made no sense as a hardware problem.
When laptop on booting immediately press del. And the screen will run normally. But if the screen is still white, force to press power button soon. And it will shutting down. After shutting down, repeat this action. It will work.