Hi, somebody help me! When my PC is turned on the
monitor is working perfect, but when I turn off my PC (and the monitor stays
plugged into electricity) the display starts blinking green - red - blue -
yellow. I press the power button on the monitor but nothing changes, it is
still playing these disco colours. Very thankful for any answers!
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hi do you mean you are asking for the blinking codes on your viewsonic pc monitor?. usually lcd monitor for pc has no blinking codes, if your monitor just only a blinking indicator and won't turn on, you must check first the source from your pc if their is a signal to turn on the monitor. if just blinking only then won't turn on you must check the power supply of the monitor usually the main cause is bulging capacitor. just replace it with the same value and rating thanks for consulting the fixya good luck.
This is a problem with the CCFL bulb (the back light) or the inverter that powers it. This bulb is inside the lcd pannle and requires great care to replace. Some local PC Repair shops will be able to fix it however most will not. The inverter which is (most likely) the problem can be found on ebay for $20-30 USD and is easily replaceable it is general a small curcit board below the lcd pannle hidden in the bevel. However same times the board is merged into a much larger board which will be tricky to replace as it is specific to the monitor.
Try a different monitor...if the different one won't come up then the prob is your video card in the computer...if it does work then the monitor is defective...it would probably be cheaper to get a new monitor than to have the syncmaster fixed
Hi, The most likely cause of your problem is your display card and not the monitor. If the monitor led is blinking there is most likely no VGA signal being sent to the monitor. Plug your monitor into a PC that you know is working and check to see if it works through the other pc. Let me know if this solves your problem. Best wishes, Graemevm
Hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help? Friend your problem focusses on to hardware. first try to check your video card clean or change then after try to use the monitor.if it still appears the same. 2nd try to use your monitor in other pc.if still appears. the problem is your monitor. if you knew somebody around that could fix tv or appliances let him see your monitor.there maybe one of the capacitor in the monitor that is damage or burn out.let him change it. so that it will work again in condition. good luck.
The power supply is the first thing that the 110v electric line goes into.
The invertor is the next item past the power supply, or sometimes contained within it. I do not thing monitors are a DIY repair.
First substitute a different monitor to confirm that it is, in deed , the monitor and not the video card.
Normally, blinking indicator lights and no display on the monitor indicating a wrong resolution or refresh rate frequency, that the monitor can not display it.
To fix, enter safe mode, and configure the display to the lowest resolution. After restart, you should be able to have the display.
Not sure what happened as I had a whole message typed and lost it. Here I go again. I hope it doesn't post twice.
We have an Acer AL1715 monitor which started having this problem after a power surge. It was the only piece of equipment affected by the surge. I searched for an answer when it happened but got nowhere. I contacted Acer about this and they told me I would have to bring it to a tech to be looked at. Decided on a whim today to try Googling again and found this website and Q&As.
Though we didn't know what "Brunin" was nor saw an "F" change color, we did get into the Menu on the monitor and used the right and left arrows to see what was there. We decided to use "Reset" by highlighting it and pressing the "Menu" button for "Enter".
This appears to have solved the problem for us. The monitor is no longer toggling colored screens when idle nor when the computer is off.
Thank you for solving our problem. It has been very annoying for the user and anyone sitting across from her monitor during a meeting.