Question about Microsoft ChiMei CMV938D 19" Widescreen LCD Monitor
I have a 19" widescreen LCD monitor capable of 1440 x 900 resolution. It has an analog (VGA) and a digital (DVI) input in it. When i first purchased it I had it connected via DVI and it displayed 1440 x 900 perfectly at color 32bit. But recently it has become out of range when on 32 bit and worked fine on 16bit. If i connect it via VGA I can view 32 bit of the same resolution fine. For some reason the problem only occurs when with DVI 32bit 1440 x 900, otherwise all other resolutions work perfectly with 32 bit on DVI and all resolutions work perfectly with 32bit on VGA. i just bought a chimei CMV 938D 19" monitor and it is set to digital input (DVI-D) and i need it on analog (D-SUB) only i can't see the screen to make the changes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Chimei 19
You need to read your HD digital tuner and see if you can lower the video resolution to the maximum the monitor can handle, right now it is too high for the monitor to display. If the resolution is OK then the problem is in the monitor logic board.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
SOURCE: I have exactly same problem
Sound like your display is having issues with the inverter board. When the power supply detects a short circuit, it turn off by itself. When you try several times, you may be able to "bypass" the circuit protection but the damaged parts still having problems. This issue may be related with the DELL display issues.
The display needs to be fixed by someone with experience in electronics repair.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
I know this sounds obvious but- I had the same problem, and turns out the cord want plugged in quite properly at the back of the monitor. This may not fix every problem, but, I suggest you check the cord pligged in at the back of the monitor is firmly in there and restart, then if you still get the problem, contact the company.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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