Question about Compaq MV 520 Monitor
When I turn the computer on, the green light on the monitor comes on for 5sec. then goes off. the orange light stays on.it all was working before but I unplugged it to move it in a different place, now just the monitor will not come on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Did the same and burnt a frazzled chip. it is on the 3rd circuit board (I believe it provides the lamp power). It is the 8 pin surface mount chip next to C900. As far as I can make out, the numbers on the chip are 4559 **** **7B I was told it's the lamp drive. If it is indeed lamp drive, then when you turn the monitor on, round the edges of a flashlight pressed to the screen, you should see a picture. If there isn't one, you may have killed more than I did. Is there no power regulator at the input? Good luck
Posted on May 23, 2006
it could be th epower supply and it could be the monitor.
power ON button should not flash orange regardless what you do. it should stay green. then orange. not orange to green to orange.
try the monitor on another PC if you can fine one.
the other thing is are the 2 monitor similar (CRT to CRT and LCD to LCD), you can't mix the the two, they will work but need different video driver to function correctly.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Your monitor is operating normally. After Windows starts it is setting the video resolution to something outside of the monitor's range. That's why you see the Windows splash screen, then the message from the monitor about the settings. Most likely the computer was used before with a monitor that had a wider range of resolutions available.
Restart the computer. When the manufacturer's logo screen appears, press the F8 key three or four times. This should get you a startup menu screen. Pick the option of starting in VGA mode, and Windows will start with video settings that your monitor supports.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
in a technical language you can say its a display problem. the monitor is fine.its actually the problem inside the pc.either some connections are loose or the ram memory needs to be cleaned or some part is gone faulty which needs to be checked.if any of this happens the display wont come.check all the above possibilities to reach the cause and solve the problem. please do rate the solution,thanks.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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