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Dell m992 screen problems

Hello Fixya Guru's, When the monitor and computer are booting up, the windows pic comes up then the screen automatically blacks out; but, power light flashes green. Weird thing though if the computers screen saver is on before plugging in monitor the screen stays on til the mouse is moved. I've checked the monitor motherboard all looks good, if it is a cold solder what area should I resolder or is it possible the flyback is dying. Thanks Dave.

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  • manytasks Jan 11, 2008

    Hello, Nitrotrike; Some how I don't think it is a driver issue as it acts up before proper drivers can be added. I've worked on monitors for a while and I've never ever ran into a monitor that has done this before. It will only stay on while on screen saver mode or when it is on and not plugged into computer (non signal mode screen). Thanks for the suggestion. Dave

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It sounds like a bad frequency setting. Boot in safe mode, by pressing the F5 key before windows starts to load.

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If you notice, when you see the windows start screen, its usually "big and dopey". Thats because the video drivers aren't being used yet. If it is blanking out right after you see that screen (with the scrolling bar), my guess is it's a corrupt / bad video driver.

Was any other hardware added recently?

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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    Hmm... could be some sort of sync'ing issue. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

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