Question about Sceptre X20G-Naga II 20.1" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
When I turn on the system the little light on the bottom right of the monitor constantly alternates from red to blue. It should just be red if no signal is being transmitted from the PC. When the computer boots up the light just slowly blinks blue but no image appears. If you fiddle with it long enough (rebooting the computer, plugging and unplugging the cable from the PC, etc.) you can usually get the monitor to display an image. I haven't figured out exactly what combinaton works or if getting it to work is just a matter of luck. The monitor acts up the same way on two different computers.
Make sure that the PC video output is set at 60 Hz. The LCD often will accept up to 75Hz but will not work correctly.
Posted on May 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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