Screen will go black overnight & takes several minutes to come on the next morning when trying to sign on. Problem will get worse... take longer & longer to come on, then will not come on at all. I am a tech & see this on many units. We just discard them when they do this. Any fix? Thanks, Keith
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you forgot to say, screen dark? and power light off. does the OSD work? Push button that pops up the OSD screen for bightness, does that work> \can be one of 4 things. 100 % dead. try it on another PC> bad power cord bad video cable. bad LCD bad PC, bad Video card in PC or some game using an illegal video card mode. try another PC and see if the LCD works there. easy huh?
this sounds like the lcd inverter inside the monitor is going bad. You can take it in to a repair shop and see if they can fix it but with the labor and parts it might be cheaper to go out and buy a new monitor for cheap especially since black friday is coming up you should be able to get a great deal on one. And it will have a warranty.
kathleen2002, If no picture, then do flashlight test! Six words and no punctuation will not garner much help on fixya here darlin. Tell us more. We need to know how old the unit is and or number of hours use. Did unit work perfectly the day before? Does this monitor get power from a "black lay on floor brick" or does it power up direct from wall outlet? When it worked last, did it have a bright, crisp image displayed on the LCD panel? If you are not a technician familiar with LC display technology you will NOT be able to repair it. As a consumer/user, your options are very limited. 1. NEC warranty if covered. 2. Cash+old monitor swapout with NEC for a refurbished 1550V w/new CCFT/inverter/SMPS. 3. Local Technician to refurbish your unit with new cold-cathode-fluorescent-tubes+Inverter supply repair if required and test unit's switch-mode-power-supply. 4. OR just trade up to a new and younger model. Bye for now. louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel @aol.com
I'm thinking your video card is sending a signal the monitor doesn't recognize. You'll need to start the computer and hit F8 until you get the black and white menu. Choose the VGA mode and it should work well enough for you to adjust the refresh rate or the resolution to get the monitor to work
try updating the latest driver for your video and bios. try connecting your laptop to external monitor if both of this didnt solve your problem, i suspected you lcd screen is faulty and need to replace.
You have to install the nec driver for this monitor. I have the same monitor. Im looking for the driver now. There are 2 versions of this monitor with the same model # . You will need to find the driver to the touchscreen model.
Not a solution at all, but I'll post that I have a NEC MultiSync FE700 monitor that I purchased back in 2001, and have I been using the monitor since that time. Lately the monitor has been showing signs of 'acting up'. I read on the Internet that CRT monitors generally have a working life of about six years. It may be, depending on years of use, that the monitors are just reaching the end of their life.