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Can u enter the monitor menu for adjusting brightness and such?

if yes, connect it to another computer,
if working now - fine!
then your computers graphic card could be the problem!
if not : it is posisbly broke

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

  • tsounoi Jul 21, 2011

    I exactly have the same issue with my Sony SDM-P234. This has nothing to do with the computer or graphic card since I'm having this issue with different computers and different graphic cards (a mac mini and a vaio laptop). No solution yet, but if got any I'll post it here.

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