Question about Philips 190P6EB 19" LCD Monitor
My monitor turns on briefly, I can see the blue screen for a flash of a second and then it goes black. The green power button is lit indicating that it is still powered on. I have tried using my monitor on another system and the same problem occurs. My monitor is only three years old. Any suggestions?
SOURCE: Philips 170C Monitor
i believe your monitor signal cable is bad or twisted.try straightening the data cable that connects to your cpu, if it doesn't work, replace the signal cable.
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
Do you get anything at all on the screen--like white writing at startup?
Even if your video drivers have become corrupt, they are not used until Windows actually starts.
It very well could be the flourescent backlight has gone bad. Can you adjust the brightness/contrast at all to see anything?
If those controls do nothing for you, then you're looking to get a new monitor.
Your monitor does have a sort of power supply for the backlight and that could be bad, but if you're not into taking it apart, then you are far better off buying a new monitor.
Posted on May 27, 2009
nice anecdote, fixing things from far is not easy, a t.v.-technician right in front of the actual screen could tell more- but they don't come for free, alas. hope that people's idea about problem solving lead up to you fixing a problem yourself - hey this here is for free - to sort wxperts, one needs feedback! thx alot
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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