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If the picture disappears from the screen and the
1 (power) indicator is green
Turn off the 1 (power) switch and disconnect the
video signal cables from the monitor.
Turn the monitor on by pressing the 1 (power)
If all four color bars appear (white, red, green, blue), the monitor
is working properly. Reconnect the video signal cables and check
the condition of your computer(s).
If the color bars do not appear, there is a potential monitor failure.
Inform your authorized Sony dealer of the monitor's condition.
Be sure to note the model name and serial number of your
monitor. Also note the make and model of your computer and
Try to change the screen resolution and frequency setting of your graphic card. 1. Restart your PC 2. Before getting into splash screen, press F8 frequently Choose enable VGA mode by pressing up arrow and press Enter, wait until finish loading. Now the display looks bigger, change the screen resolution to best fit to your Monitor (normally 1360X800). DO NOT CLICK OK>go to advance tab> Monitor tab, choose 60Hz for screen refresh rate, NOW you may KLIK OK
sounds like a burnt or a cold solder around the TRANSFORMER section of the power supply , I suggets if your handy w/ tools to open the monitor and inspect the PC BOARD for any burnt or cold solder THAT not making the connection , hope it helps AJ
While the unit is attempting to "come ready", disconnect and reconnect the 7 wire blue plug. Some how or another, this disrupts the start up pattern that is failing, and the monitor comes on as normal when reconnected???
Disconnect and reconnect both ends of the video cable (while the computer and monitor are both off). Also disconnect and reconnect the power cable. Is the power cable plugged into the same surge protector as the computer? And also try a different outlet on the surge protector for the monitor.
These messages appear during if the video cable becomes disconnected or damaged.(most likely you will need to replace it) Turn off your monitor and reconnect the video cable; then turn on both your computer and the monitor. If your monitor screen remains blank after using the previous procedure, check your video controller and computer system; your monitor is functioning properly