Hi, i came to go on my pc and when i turned it on the screen is all wierd, the screen is at differnt angles i.e: Left side on monitor is dented inwards and right side is bulged outwards, is there any was i can reset it or something to correct the error,
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satservice, What happens AFTER 15 min of FLASHING?? What did unit do or act like 3-4 weeks ago? Is the screen both BLACK and BLANK? or is screen just black and you can SEE win-desktop if you shine a bright flashlight 1 inch from screen at differnt angles? Can you use your Samsung warranty? Will monitor do same when connected to different KNOWN GOOD prebooted to desktop PC? Are you refering to the "power ON" indicator light on front BEZEL as the FLASHING thing? Need more info, but I suspect "shutdown of units "switch-mode-power-supply" due to detection of FAULT CONDITION having been detected with other circuit or with itself. Read some of my other responses in my fixya profile that deal with BLACK SCREEN repair. If this response useful, rate on fixya. 12fixlouie
May sound wierd, but Its windows, try going into safe mode, and changing the screen size, (1024 x 768) sometimes, it gets put on a size that doesnt fit your pc/screen, so it turns off.. Like I said, go into safe mode, and change it around and reboot untill it works.. I had that issue once.
Below the monitor, on the center are option button, you can explore that in adjusting your screen display. You can widen the display, or tweak it depending on the angle that you need to. Just press the center button and choose from the menu.
Hope this will give you hints. Some monitors have standby mode or screen saver feature and or self test feature when not connected to video input of your PC or CPU. Except this problem did not occur at first use. You can turn this off like other monitors manually at OSD (on-screen display) settings if available. No more no less if it works fine with PC or CPU on then there's nothing to worry.