Question about Acer AL2017 20" LCD Monitor
I just recently bought a LCD Monitor a couple of days ago and until just recently a problem came up.
Once and while the screen will flicker black for about two seconds (usually about twice in a row) before returning to normal again and then stop. It didn't do this often. Then just today the screen went black and displayed the No Signal message while my computer was still running. So I did the whole reboot thing and stuff and it seemed fine once everything loaded until it displayed it again. It kept doing that for a while but its stopped at least for the moment. I know it can't be the power because I've checked the pluggs twice to see if they might be loose but they're tight in there.
What could be the problem?
I have the same problem. Its really great to see that this is a known issue. I tried the solution of viziks, allthough my monitor still has the name ''plug and play monitor'' . I wanted to try to install new drivers, where can i find those?
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Try loading drivers for the LCD monitor.Right click empty part of desktop>>Properties>> settings It should show monitor name instead of plug and play monitor on ---- Video board.Go to Advanced>monitor>driver on this screen.
Posted on May 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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