Question about Hannspree HANNS.G HX191D 19" LCD Monitor
Sound like it could be corrupted video driver. I would try holding down the F2 key to reach the system bios. Select vga for the video display if in the bios...then save and restart. If you can't get to the bios screen, try F8 and see if you can get safe mode...if so...it should allow pc to use the vga driver and thus hopefully display will work. If you get in and see windows, then you most likely ned to remove the display driver and reinstall it.
If still not working, try hooking monitor to another video port. Might need to get a conversion adapter to fit to vga port, or dvi port or whatever else you might see.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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