Question about Gateway FPD1976W LCD Monitor
Try connecting the monitor into a known working computer to see if it's a monitor or video card problem.
If the problem is isolated with the monitor, then I could say that the power supply board inside the monitor could have gone bad.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jul 13, 2011 | Gateway FPD1976W LCD Monitor
This is a common problem with many LCD monitors. The
printed circuit board that provides a stable voltage for the monitor to operate
from starts to fail. The PCB can be replaced, when/if they are available, or repaired
in most cases at a much lower cost. for more information on this email me at
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