After shutting the computer down, upon starting up, the screen stayed black and the power button on the monitor started to blink. I tried to restart the computer, unplug the monitor, and other recommendation on this website. No progress.
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mcdevito75 here, Press the SHIFT key, a screen should come up telling you too click on your user name, left lower side of screen. If this doesn"t work, press the yellow blinking light on the monitor see if picture comes back, then follow the directions. If this doesn"t work, shut computer down with switch on the computer itself. Hope this helps.
The fault is a back-light problem and the fault could be a faulty inverter board or a faulty CCFL lamp. For service, parts and DIY info check out LCD Parts WEB site, please click on this link :- www.lcdparts.net
Try to unplug the monitor and totally shut down your PC. Wait 10 seconds and plug your monitor back in. Make sure the power is off on your monitor. Turn your PC on then turn your monitor on.
If you still don't get a picture and the light keeps flashing the monitor will need to go in for service. If it's no longer in warranty its best to just purchase a new monitor (will cost almost as much as a new one to fix)
If the button on monitor is blinking, it means your computer is either turned off or in standby mode (or in hybernation). You should push the power button on your computer to restore it from standby (or hybernation).
It's sort of a solution, but I work in a computer shop and got this screen in yesterday. I looked at it closely and it's actually the backlight that died. I pulled it apart and found that three of the 820uF/20V capacitors had swollen up. If you replace them then you should be fine, but I went for a different approach and took the inverter board from a laptop and put the in the screen and used an external power supply. It's a bit dark but it works fine now.