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Monitor problems HP w2007v Monitor. Less than 12 months old, working ok this morning. Monitor now no longer recognises input from pc. Error message reads no input going to sleep. However have plugged inold monitor to pc with separate cable and get same problem. HELP

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  • Malc383 Mar 10, 2008

    I have plugged monitor into laptop and still having trouble. unable to bring up the monitor's menu.



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It is possibly your video card that is having the fits. Try replacing your video card or have your CPU checked... It is not a problem with the monitor, rather a problem with the computer...

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

  • Chris Montano
    Chris Montano Mar 12, 2008

    When plugging to your laptop, does the screen show up but you can't access the menu? If so it's the monitors controller chip that is having the problem, but make sure you had set the monitor as primary display when plugged in your laptop.



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ok got
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