Question about HP W2207H 22 Notebook
Had the monitor about a year model HPw2207H. Suddenly the monitor behaves as if I had pressed the auto reset button. Can flash as often as every thirty seconds. Then randomly goes away. No solution yet. Power down of monitor and computer seems to make no difference...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: OSD Lockout
Hold the menu/ok button for ten seconds, to unlock the OSD.
If this doesn't solve the problem, then it's probably the button that got stuck.
There are two things you can do to repair it, but both require that you dismantle the casing, which voids any warranty.. so, if the monitor's still covered by the warranty, or if money is not an issue, have it repaired by professionals on an accredited brand shop (check your warranty details for more information on this subject).
If not, remove the casing, locate the menu button's contact switch on the circuit board, and try to release it using something thin like a screwdriver, x-acto knife, or set of plyers.
If this doesn't work, chances are the menu button is stuck on a loop, sending a continuous signal to the board (which keeps locking/unlocking the OSD).
If so, your only solution (other than take it to a repair shop) is to remove it, by prying it off with a screwdriver or set of plyers.
Of course, you'll lose access to the OSD features, but I guess this is better than to have a message stuck on front of your screen all the time..
This is a tried and working solution, since I had this problem myself (with a Philips 190B monitor), and solved it successfully, with this method.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
try to check your cartridges. Pull it out one at a time then try to see it it stop blinking. Especially cartridges that was refilled. Improper refilling of cartridges causes them to stop responding to your printer and causes to malfunction. this was base from my experience.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
First of all you can change the Power Settings in Control Panel. You can configure as you need. I mean after how much wait it should go for sleep n all.
If it takes 5 min. to wakeup that means you have so many applications running that system cannot manage or RAM is small.
The final solution just remove the Display drivers and reinstall it.
After removing please restart the system once to proceed further
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
I'm sorry to say this sounds like a system board failure. On my HP DV200t, a very similiar issue occured, eventually only the led where you plug in the power cord would turn blue. I replaced the system board and all the issues went away.
Hope this helps, and I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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