Question about HP Compaq WF1907 Monitor
I've tried dusting out both fans, all cables and ports. I've tried startup repair, system restore & even set the screen saver power off setting to 'never'. Still keeps cutting off every couple minutes which results in me having to reboot several times just to get a picture. Then its only for a few minutes. My computer operates just fine. Sometimes for hours at a time its ok, then the monitor starts again. Please help !!!!
Sounds like the backlight may be on its way out.
Put a large font single word onto the screen in a high contrast such as white on black. Get the monitor near a window if possible, and the next time the monitor seems to go off, see if you can still feintly see the image using natural light.
The backlight can be replaced, but it is somtimes so expensive, it's easier to buy a new monitor.
How old is it?
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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