X2 Gen 19 inch color monitor LCD MW 22 U with the Serial Number MW 22 U 1206101633. My power source is no longer functional. Can you tell me what the power source specifications are, so I can get a replacement?
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First check all wires and connectors are tight and in their respective place.Then check supply to your cpu OR REMOVE YOUR POWER CORD AND HOLD THE ON BUTTON FOR LIKE 30second TO A MINUTE AND THEN CONNECT IT BACK AND TURN IT ON
Buzzing is usually caused by bad audio ground connection. Try insert and reinsert the audio cable first. It can also be the sound card. Try using the MP3 player as the sound source feeding the monitor, if it still bad then it can be problem in the DC filter caps in the power supply, or bad sound IC in the audio board inside the monitor. Please post back what you find.
It sounds like the PC video color setting is at 16 instead of 24 or 32 bit color setup. You need to check the display properties setting on the PC (Right click on the desk top). Also try it on other PC and also check the VGA cable.
This indicates either a problem with the monitor cable(ie shorted) or the display adapter. Try plugging the monitor into a different computer and if it works you will need to install a new display adapter in your computer. If it doewn't work on the new one either you can try a different monitor cable if yours isn't permanently connected. Hope this helps
Hey I've read about your problem cus I had same thing weird lines flying on the screen from one to the other side or crossed and I've found the solution ,there is not enough power strength coming to the monitor power supply because you have to many thong plugged to the same splitter ,just unplug the monitor power supply from this splitter and connect it to another power outlet ,not the same ,another and it should fix the problem at least it fixed my so good luck ,and sorry for my spelling cus I'm Polish ,but I'm trying!