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I have the following message when I turn on the

I have the following message on my HP W2207screen when I turn on the computer: "Screen going to sleep"
I tried on other screen on the same computer. the replaced screen works fine.
Do you know how to make the W2207 work again?

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  • chakerma Feb 05, 2010

    Hi,

    I have two computers: HP-d4790y with Vista system and an old Dell Dimension-2300 with XP Pro, connected respectively to two flat screens: the HP W2207 and one LG Flatron W2053TO.
    The W2207 worked fine for close to 2 years on the Vista system. One day, I turned off the computer and when turned it On again, nothing coming on the screen except the following message: ?screen going to sleep?.
    I swapped the W2207 by LG screen. The LG screen is working on both the Vista and XP systems, while the W2207 is not working in any of them.
    Can this be due to the VGA board? If yes, what is the cost of such a board?
    Many thanks again.

  • chakerma Feb 05, 2010

    Hi,

    I have two computers: HP-d4790y with Vista system and an old Dell Dimension-2300 with XP Pro, connected respectively to two flat screens: the HP W2207 and one LG Flatron W2053TO.
    The W2207 worked fine for close to 2 years on the Vista system. One day, I turned off the computer and when turned it On again, nothing coming on the screen except the following message: ?screen going to sleep?.
    I swapped the W2207 by LG screen. The LG screen is working on both the Vista and XP systems, while the W2207 is not working in any of them.
    Can this be due to the VGA board? If yes, what is the cost of such a board?
    Many thanks again.

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If your VGA CARD is the ON BOARD type install one in the PCI slot.

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  • Imre Peter
    Imre Peter Feb 06, 2010

    No. The displays behavior isn't dependent on VGA board.The displays internal soft is sensible to it'sown supply voltage. It's possible that this voltage or something else in display not works at it's parameters and
    to protect from a bigger damage he turns off automatically.
    You must find somebody in your town who is expert on display repairing.

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