Question about Computers & Internet
When I turn on my computer, monitor is also on, but the screen is black. I turn the monitor off and on, and it shows what it should for about a second before it blacks out again. If I leave it alone for a while, then turn it off and on again, it works.
Why does it keep blacking out?
How do I make it stop?
So far the only answers I've been able to find involve taking it apart or getting a new one, both of which I'd rather avoid.
The problem you are having is the internal power supply and the only way to get it going again will be to replace the bad parts inside. We offer a LCD repair service for $35.00 plus shipping if you are interested. You can contact me on our web site below.
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