Question about HP Vs17 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For some reason, it seems as if your monitor has either lost the video signal or the capability to interpret the siganl. If you have the ability, put a second monitor (or tv) to your computer. See if you get a video siganl. If you do, then your monitor has an internal issue with the signal and needs to be addressed "hands on" by a technician. If you do not see a video, then your problem lies within your video card. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
It is not a computer issue. It is a power issue with the monitor. A tiny capaciator needs to replaced which requires soldering.... better just buy a new monitor if not under warranty
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
Due to still having a power light you can bet the power supply is still fine.
The problem will be in the inverter circuit, but more to the point it's actualy one of the CCFL tubes that has blown.
They can be easy to replace, they can also be a complete nightmare.
Hope that helps =)
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
It may be the Monitor Problem or Re-Install the vga drivers with the cd you get while buying the motherboard.
If the problem continues re-install the OS witht the latest service packs available
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Posted on Apr 15, 2008
SOURCE: my HP vs 19 desktop
If you are handy at fixing things.
Here is a link of how to fix your monitor. I had the same problem, and found this link, followed the instructions and it cost me $5.13
to fix my HP vs19 LCD monitor, and its still working great.
HP vs19 LCD Monitor fix
Don't drag out your soldering gun these are too high wattage and will melt the board. Use a 40 to 25 watt soldering iron.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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