Question about HP W19b LCD Monitor
It sounds like the repair shop set the video resolution too high for this monitor to display, you need to set the PC resolution to 1440 x 900 @60Hz.
Boot up in safe mode (hit f8 while booting up), then select VGA support, reset the video reolution to 1440 x 900 @60 Hz, reboot. Hope they did install correct video driver for your PC.
Posted on May 04, 2010
I had this happen to me as well. it's not just your monitor that this happens with, it's any monitor you hook to your computer. sounds like you may have had a pci video card installed, or your computer. may even have a dvi port on the (onboard video) .if this is the case this will put a lot of monitors out of range. try going from dvi on video card to a monitor that has same type connection on the monitor. this will fix the resolution problem your having,provided your onboard video card is good or pci video card is good.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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