Question about ViewSonic VX1935wm LCD Monitor
"no signal" means exactly that. You monitor is not receiving signal from your PC. Recheck the video cable on both the monitor and the PC, make sure they plugged in properly.. Also try another monitor if you have it, and if it works with that monitor than more likely you have a frequency sync problem. In this case, using another monitor that works, and try resetting the video to basic 60Hz. In Windows, Start->Control_Panel->Display. Change the display resolution to the lowest, apply the setting, then change the monitor back to the questionable one. If it still doesn't work, then your video processor on your monitor is bad; RMA it if it's still warrantied.
Blinking picture problem, try suggestion above.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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