Question about ViewSonic VX710 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
It is not a screen resolution issue. The LCD's power supply has bad caps, which means it is not getting sufficient and stable power to stay running. I just replaced 3 of them (two 470uF 25v and one 330uF 25v) on mine which did the EXACT same thing! Took all of $4 and probably 15-20mins. I didn't bother buying a 330uF since a 470uF will work just fine, even if it is overspecced :)
I emailed you Ran2fix, with a small tutorial as well.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
Your creen resolution is not supported by your monitor.try lowering it
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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