I know very little about computers/fixing problems & am hoping there may be a solution to my problem and not the end of my monitor.
When I arrived home today the power had apparently gone out for sometime during the day. My computer was on but I cannot get the monitor to turn back on, no lights or response to the power button. I checked all the connections and restarted but there's still no response.
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Re: Envision Monitor doesn't turn on.
Monitor has sustained damage from the power fluctuation's from the outage I would report it to your power company they are obligated to replace any damaged equipment that may be damaged because of their failure to provide non outage service and then go take the monitor to a repair center they can determine if the boards internally were hit with a power spike and damaged, meanwhile while you send the report to the power company you can either buy a new one and then submit the price for refund from the power company
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Unplug everything from the tower. Including power cord.
Press the power button for 5 secs.
Proceed to connect, power line, mouse, keyboard and monitor
That should reset the power or hibernation mode that you might have issues.
If everything looks normal, proceed to connect your remaining devices.
You must be aware that having a BIOS settings to boot from USB, DVD or USB-FLOPPY might prevent to boot into windows.
The flourescent lamps on the sides of the LCD panel is burnt out. If you open the monitor and look at them, I will bed they will be blackend on one end. This is common and you need to find some new ones to replace. They are usually about $15 and plug into the HV little board that drives them. Hope that helps!
You will need to set the display resolution and vertical sweep rate on the computer to something the monitor can handle. The monitor works best at 1440 x 900 at 59.8 Hz vertical rate. If your laptop's graphics chip doesn't have this setting (available settings are listed in the Display control panel), then look on page 19 of the monitor's owner's manual to find something that matches a resolution listed in the control panel.
I would go ahead and boot into safe mode where you say it does work and then take a look. See how it detected it...ie look in device manager and see if it picked it up by it's true brand/type etc. Check the settings both of the display and on the envision itself. Check the resolution selection. It's probably picking it up as a lower res. but when it boots into reg windows may be trying to run at full res and perhaps that's what it won't do. Check to see what driver it's using. It may need the specific driver from envision and not the generic driver. It could also be a bad pin on the envision itself.
If you have another computer you can hook it up to, do that to make sure the envision is working. That way you can deduce which is the problem, the monitor or the setup in your laptop.
The internal power supply is going out. If you can solder then you should be able to do the repair. Check out our site at: www.ccl-la.com/capacitors.htm for information about the parts you will need to replace to get you monitor back running right.
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These are all some component failure problem in the monitor circuits. This may have been caused by faulty components or overheating of the components causing intermittent or permanent failure of some components in the circuits.This causes the feedback circuits to sense incorrect voltages or currents in the circuits and turn on the protection circuit. It may also cause total failure of the power supply circuit and a loss of power to the monitor. These units should be returned to dealers for servicing. Hope this helps you .