The monitor keeps freezing and has broken lines running from the top to the bottom on one side of the screen (right side). I had previously had a problem with this monitor - it was totaly frozen shortly after I purchased it. It was under warrantly so I shipped it back to them and about 6 wks later I got it back & it seemed fine until now.
Does this mean this monitor is on its way out?????
Your video card is where that the LCD vga cable ( with 15 pin ) connected to the back of computer or (display card).
And another video card or video board or logic board is attached anside the LCD monitor .
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The monitor has at least two issues, the color is lost and gone to blue screen, second it will not turn on. It will be cheaper to replace the monitor with a new one rather than fixing the Star Logic Monitor. But I would suggest using a spare monitor to check the computer for any possible issue.
Brenda the problem with star logic LCD monitors is they have a capacitor fail internally there is not a big thing wrong with your monitor just one bad 25 cent part maybe 4 or 6 but the little parts are the ones that need to be replaced internally on the pcb board by soldering new caps in place of the old ones. I can do this for you o you can research it on the net ther are numerous examples everywhere. hope this helps
bad vga board however you can open it up and see if the capactors are blown replacing them may solve this problem however when an LCD monitor goes white typically it is the microchip that has gone bad so I sell the monitor for parts and buy a new one.
The white screen tells me that the display cable (inside your monitor) may be unattached or broken. The color bands if they are vertical or horizontal lines tell me that your display cable needs to be replaced.
So overall replace your display cable. If this doesn't entirely fix the problem your logic board (inside the monitor) needs to be replaced.