I have an e machine model W 3052 and it works fine but the monitor screen goes off and on intermittently and without warning. Its is like the screen is being turned off then back on (the power light stays on) but everything returns to normal when it comes back on and i can continue working. This is a short interruption only lasting about a second.
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Well If the monitor is brand new and you just purchased I would take it back and get another one as it appears to be defective. Most stores will allow you to exchange a defective item without a problem as long as you have the receipt. Any attemot to make repairs yourself could void the warranty. If it is used it may still be under warranty...I would get the model/serial number and contact Asus to have repairs made. Most monitors have at least a one year warranty.
Yes - go to the HP Web site, Support section and you should be able to download the driver for your model. This will get it installed and working. If you want the utilities that were on the CD you should be able to download those as well.
I think there is a problem in Monitor's Power Supply unit which integrated in the base board of Monitor. If u expertise with the service then carry on. else Pl contact a Local Service professional to solve the problem
Ok if it the monitor works fine on another unit discount it out of the equation as a monitor problem. I would suspect the driver on the PC that delivers the problem, especially the video card. . Check that the cable is also on tightly. remove it and even clean the pins and replug it .the plug on that PC may be dirty
You May need to replace the video card as the communication to the monitor is intermittent and that is why you get the amber light. Open the box with power off. clean the card if it has a lot of dust on it ( most do and its always a shock) wipe it over ( BOTH SIDES) and then try to start it up as usual with the monitor connected to see if that fixed it ( sometimes works) if not get another card and replace it. Best I can offer without being there to help on the spot. A new card should allow you access to install and configure it and these days they are pretty cheap to buy
Sounds like it may be overheating. If you get warning beeps on startup that sounds high, low, high low, it is overheating. you should inspect and clean the fan on the processor with a vacuum or compressed air ans also clean the power supply area with a vacuum to clear all the dust out. Inspect and wipe any other dust away from the motherboard and card inside. After restarting, it still goes off, check that the fan is running during startup. If not, the fan needs to be replaced at a nominal cost. This is an easy fix. If this all fails, let me know so we can troubleshoot everything together.