Question about Computers & Internet
I've had this laptop for a little over a year now and just recently I've noticed on any website and any browser my screen resolution takes anywhere from 1 second to 1 minute to resolve from poor pixelated boxy looking to HD this never happened before and at first I thought it was a monitor issue because I have two additional monitors hooked up but it is not the issue is directly coming from the laptop itself? Has anyone encountered this issue and know of a way to fix before it drives me crazy?
I don't think the problem is the computer. I think it might be your internet connection. Try doing a speed test at speedtest.net and see if the connection is slow.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The capacitors are probably bad. It is a common problem and easily fixed by taking it apart and replacing the capacitors. Try to find Rubycon Capacitors because they very rarely go bad. Do a search on google for bad caps. I have fixed about 30 monitors this way. Dell is a company well known for bad capacitors. It may not be your problem but replacing the capacitors should cost less than $10 if you do it yourself. www.photphot.com
Posted on May 15, 2007
Your inverter power supply has gone bad. You will need to replace the whole board or replace the the 2sc5707 transistors in the inverter area. Check out this link for installation videos and how to for that model
They also sell the whole board as well as repair kits
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: Acer AL2002W Monitor problem
a monitor that flashes on for a second and then turns off is a sign of a bad capacitor, or multiple bad capacitors. If it is no longer under warranty you can fix it for a few dollars at the electronics store. Unplug the monitor, pull the back off. Look for the capacitors. They are the round water tower looking things. The top of the bad ones will usually be bulging, or leaking. (the top should be flat).
Grab a soldering iron, and be sure to note the polarity (there will be a dash on one side of it, like on a battery) so that you can put the new ones in the same way. Putting them in backwards will likely toast the monitor so get this right. heat up the solder joints and pull the capacitors off. Take them to an electronics store, and buy new ones. ( the capacity and voltage need to match. 12V 500uf ... something like that, match the numbers on your capacitor(s) not the numbers I wrote here!
grab your soldering iron again, and making sure to use enough solder, but not too much put in your new capacitor(s).
I hope this is helpfull to folks.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
I have the same problem with a customer's monitor (LT716S); it turned out to be damaged power supply board. As I understand it, MAG has a 3 year warranty on parts, will probably charge you a flat labor fee plus shipping. If you do not have your purchase documentation for warranty, dump it and replace. If you can, then you may wish to have it repaired.
My customer replaced theirs; I am trying to purchase replacement parts to repair...good luck.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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