Question about Hitachi Computer Monitors
Hi their I am having a problem with my Hitachi monitor (model number listed above), I can’t seem to reset the monitor for some reason their is no reset switch located any ware around the monitor and I’m unable to correct the problem through computer display settings either. Their are all the standard controls apart from reset.
The screen seems to tilt in toward one direction and I’m able to see sloped dark patches in the bottom right corner, almost like a small tilt where the picture disappears. I have attempted to set in right by fiddling with the controls at the front but no luck stays the same. I have also tried to find the user manual but have had no luck.
Can you help me sort this problem out?
SOURCE: Monitor Display Offset
Hi HarryH, Sounds like the web cam software may have changed a .dll or some other system file that the video chip is using. I would try uninstalling any software from the cam and removing and reinstalling the video drivers. Have your windows CD or the CD that came with the PC handy we might need it. Open Device Manager Control Panel > System > (or hit Windows key + Break key) and if you're using XP switch to the Hardware tab and click Device Manager. Double click Display Adapters. Right click the video adapter listed and click Uninstall. Click yes you're sure to whatever warning message comes up. Now reboot your PC. Windows should auto-detect the video and re-install the correct drivers. There IS a possibility that the first re-install could use the same bad files...so if while re-installing you DON'T get asked for the windows CD and you still have the problem after rebooting, go to the manufacturers web site and download the drivers for your system and force windows to install those files. If you don't know how and it comes down to needing to try that let me know I'll walk you through. Please come back here and comment this post, some people have been missing the "Add a comment" link at the bottom of the post. Starting a new thread to answer an Experts questions makes it hard on the prople trying to help. :) Let me know how it goes, Dude
Posted on Nov 27, 2006
You can check at rear of the the monitor.
Sometime they assmbled the switch at the back of the Monitor.
May be that the switch is located there.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
SOURCE: Screen not coming on
Typical problems with Samsung SyncMaster.
I just did this to a friends monitor as well, a different model and not much different in build. I think you might have 3 screws on lower back side of cover. Start your separation from the bottom of the frame.Your power switch will remain on the front frame while the wire will remain with the rest. Read the rest it will help.
HOW TO OPEN A SYNCMASTER 2053BW
NO SCREWS!!! Assuming that the stand mount has been pulled out..The seam around the screen frame is where you start(different versions might have screws). The frame has the prongs, the back cover has what the prongs slip over.The frame is coming off first! I got the side to open by finger, then used a small standard screwdriver to pry ever so gently(lifting frame from rearcover). Leave the power button assembly on the frame, pull wire only a little to relax any tension..you get about 3/4" in extra taped to panel. The hard part is done.;) Still holding the frame...Now lift the panel (where the power button assembly wiring goes under panel) with the power housing that is under it as a whole and you will see where the powerbuttonassemble detaches.Remove frame. Now..holding edges of panel into back cover, lift and flip the whole thing over and place panel face down on a perfectly flat surface..a towel on my desk works. Lift and remove back cover.Your now looking at the back of the board housing. The ribon is simple, on the panel end of the ribon, squeez the outer clips together and slide it away against the panel..The secondary tin plate is removable(if you need to remove it), two clips super close to where the sets of wires come around the housing and into the panel. Unhook the 4 plugs(blues and pinks)...Now lift the power housing off of the panel. The big board has the power. One screw to remove a ground plate first. Two screws to remove power board. Pics from phone.
The capacitors top-plain should be flat(not rounded) and there should be no color whatsoever coming through the top of the cap lines(google "bad capacitors"). The specs of the cap are on the cap. The 2 caps cost me $4.00. Now keep in mind there are hazards to this.Google them;)
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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