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Missing 1/3 of the display

I have been trying to use a monitor off my dads old pc, it worked fine on it (a tiny so its pritty old!) However on every pc and even when hooked up to my laptop the right hand 3rd of the screen is obscured by vertical coloured lines or somtimes jsut darkness. This is obviusly infuriating, any surgestions?

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A number of things can cause "No Signal" on a monitor

1) Check the cable between the monitor and PC is properly connected
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3) Try an alternative cable between the monitor and the PC
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Hi 13ambreuer

"Signal out of Range"
is a problem between the graphics card, monitor, motherboard or graphics card port.
if you have to do troubleshooting on the monitor and display card, proved no problem to it. This means that the problem now is the motherboard and graphics card port.
(But should remember, problems ram, power supply and processor also causes the same error) * Sometimes *)
mean here you have to do the troubleshooting on all hardware on your computer


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My newer flat screen monitor went black but works fine when hooked up to another computer and I have an older monitor that I hooked up and the older one works fine...??

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Some monitors don't display anything when they get a signal/resolution that is not compatible with their displays. I would try changing the display settings on your computer with your old monitor, then switch monitors and see if your newer monitor works.

Here's how to adjust the display resolution:
If in XP, right-click on the desktop and go to Properties, and select the tab for display settings and adjust/lower the resolution. If in Vista/Win7 right-click the desktop and select Screen Resolution/Display Settings and adjust it there.

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jimmoser45, Could be trash! Could be a Trade-in on a new monitor! Try to follow me on this will-ya!!! You take your K226WDB to store and maybe get $10 knocked off the new one? Anyhow, you walk out with new LCD display and 1, poss 2yrs warranty. But the sales guy who just toted your K226 back to the "bench tech" in the back room and says to his 'tech' "Hey, here's one more! You fix it,,, give it to your 8yr old!" The tech replys. "Hey... Thanks. I'll look it over after break." Well later that day the tech opens up you're K226 looks at some stuff inside and then proceeds to make a repair that might bring new life back to this monitor. Maybe an hour later the tech hooks up the K226 to a pc and pushes the "ON" button of the monitor and with $5 in new parts,and a little LUCK an 8 yr old will have an LCD monitor with a nice, bright, crisp text and graphics being displayed on your old unit!!! Check out youtube first for video clips on "lcd monitor disassembly" and "lcd monitor repair" to help you make a decision on what steps you might take to keep your K226 unit out of an 8yr old's bedroom!! 12fixlouie

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If you have your proof-of-purchase and it shows the monitor is less than a year old, it would be covered. You would need to follow the procedure on their website to have the unit repaired or replaced, but it would not be your job to try to fix it.

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Hi Danny, you haven't been very clear I will assume you pushed the auto configure on the monitor,
I would go into the menu on the monitor and reset the size of the screen if it has a setting for that 1024x768 should fix the problem
let me know what you find as I have never worked with a hp W19 monitor, if nothing else set the monitor to defaults again in the menu and that may get you back to having normal screens.

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One of 2 possibilities come to mind. 


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2, Your resolution is set too high or low to be displayed.


The blinking light means that the monitor is either not getting or understanding a signal.


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