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Relisys monitir problem

I have a 17 inch lcd monitor which all of a sudden does not come on anymore. Have tried different cables, computersbut there is no response from the monitor.

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  • niqbal1 Apr 09, 2008

    There's no error message. The monitor is exhibiting bizare behaviour. Previously it showed no signs of working. Have just tried again and it is working fine. The PC is a new one which I have had for a couple of months now. The monitor is an old one which I've had for three years. What happens with the monitor is that the on-screen menu keeps appearing and flicks through all the options continuously. The buttons on front have no effect. I have to switch the monitor off using the side switch on the monitor. Once turned on the on-screen menu is gone but will randomly appear again. maybe the monitors has had its day.

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No power at all?is the green light power on?

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When u disconnect monitor there will be error mess will be shown connection diss connecte else lcd problem
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