Question about Dell E1909W 19 inch Monitor
Posted by Anonymous on
This could mean a broken, loose, bent pin(s) in the vga connector.
Check it first. Try changing the vga cable if your monitor is a lcd flat. These comes with a detachable cable but not on the crt monitors which is fixed.
If you can find the menu button on the monitor. Go to input configuration. The setting could be on "ypbr" setting which is a component setting just like your dvd player. Set it back to "RGB".
Or it could also be that your monitor board is starting to be damage. Sorry to mention it, but possibilities are many.
Good luck mate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
maybe you have a bad vga cable, or maybe you are using the wrong input, or maybe the LCD is shot and you have no choice but to get dell to replace it. Dell is usually pretty good about that though, and in most cases you will have a new monitor the next day, (but you must return the old one within 10 days or be charged for it)
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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