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Having the same "going black" problem with my HP w 1907 after about a year. Can anyone tell me if they found it to be their computer or the monitor before I spend unnecessary money trying to figure it out.

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Its not your computer or cables or video card. This happened to me yesterday and I tested it on another computer. It is the monitor.

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Hp w-1907 monitor goes black after 2 seconds

This is a well known issue and I have posted a resolution in another area on this site if you try a related search. It involves some thermal paste replacement. However, soon after the post it bit me in the behind and I had a failure. The actual issue is the "trigger" that powers the inverters for the CCFL bulbs gets lost and the circuit turns the bulbs off. If you look close you will see the image is still there but there is no backlight to allow you to see it. There are some Chinese sources that sell the power / inverter board for about $40.00 USD shipping included. I found them via this seller: part number: 715G2888-1 Good luck.

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My screen on hp 1907 went blank, my 13 yr old nephew started punching all the buttons on the monitor over and over and hitting the on and off button. Now I am having a problem with my screen going black...

I think it's pretty clear he messed something up. Try checking the VGA cable (the blue one) that's hooked up to both you computer and monitor. Check if any pins are bent or broken. If not, make sure they're securely plugged in and try booting up. If it still doesn't work, then I'm afraid he may have knocked some connection in the motherboard out of whack. I hope it's just a slight VGA problem. Hope this helps!

Apr 16, 2011 | HP w1907 LCD Monitor

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Sir i am having problem with my hp w 1907 monitor its showing green line to the left of sreen. please suggest a solution

Make sure the cable from computer to monitor is properly connected.

If it is, try another cable (if possible).

If that does not work you'll need to contact HP Support to check if they can repair it.

Since the monitor is propably a couple of years old they might suggest you get a new one, but try anyway.!

Mar 11, 2011 | HP w1907 LCD Monitor

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My LCD not working at all

rocaafella 7, I want you to visit a very old blog on the net to see if you think problem is same as your monitor. Try connecting 1907 to a "known good" pc with win-desktop being displayed. Is monitor screen still black or blank n black? Reply back with more info. 12fixlouie

Oct 13, 2010 | HP w1907 LCD Monitor

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The picture board on your monitor is faulty or bad, since it goes black after few minutes, it means the picture board of your monitor has developed fault.

The best thing for you to do now is to take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity to help with the replacement of the picture board or any service center because the fault is not something you can fix yourself. in order not to complicate issues.

Take care.

Apr 21, 2010 | HP w1907 LCD Monitor

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Is this monitor better than an HP w 1907 widescreen monitor as far as the components/performance inside?

I have never looked into the AOpen monitors before until now. It has some pretty high reviews by gamers. A few had a problem with a stuck pixel but only a few. As far as the internal components, most monitor manufacturers use the same components. You might find that both actually use a Samsung screen or both might use a LG screen. the manufacturers use what ever components are the cheapest at the time of production. The real key is in the engineering of the circuitry on the inside, as well as the production process. As far as internal components, most use the same capacitors and transistors on their boards which are the largest problem with why they go out after a few years. Just from what I read on some of the reviews and what I know of HP monitors, I would take a shot on the AOpen if you feel comfortable trying something new.

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Audio prblem hpw 1907

I found this web link for you to look at,hope it helps
There are manuals and driver install notes also,

Please let me know if you need more help thanks


Jan 12, 2009 | HP Pavilion F1523 15" LCD Monitor

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Can't see screen to install diver for HP Compaq WF 1907

My friend just purchase this monitor yesterday. When she plugged it in to the back of the tower she received the same prompt u have mentioned. I was able to repair it because she simply did not realize that I had installed a new graphics card into her pc a few months ago. When u do this, you have to hook your monitor into the area where the new graphics card was installed. You can not plug your monitor into the same onboard card that u have previously plugged your monitor into.
Let me know, if by chance, u did install a new graphics card.
Hope this was helpful :)

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