Question about Sony SDM-HS93 19" LCD Monitor
First, check for properly connected cables. Disconnect and then re-connect to ensure quality signal path. Use a known-good cable to test. If no joy, turn off computer and remove video card, then re-install it. Sometimes, after long periods, the contacts on the card can become oxidized and have intermittent contact. This will also give you the chance to check for large amounts of dust settling on the components--dust, combined with humidity in the air, can play havoc on computer cards. If still no joy, then the processor board in the monitor might well be defective. Power, signal/resolution decoding is all handled by IC chips. I like to start simple and move to more complicated(i.e. expensive) problems.How old is the monitor? If under warranty, replace it. If not, a repair facility or replacement is your next move.---Rick
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Testimonial: "this monitor is out of warranty, sadly. I'll go through the video card, etc, and see what happens. thanks!"
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