See this... http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-the-Circumference-of-a-Circle

and this... http://math.about.com/library/blcirclecalculator.htm

and this... http://math.about.com/library/blcirclecalculator.htm

Jul 09, 2014 | Computer Monitors

No. But many people believe such gear will eventually be available.

Jun 26, 2014 | Computer Monitors

Add all the numbers together to get the sum.

Divide the sum by the number of numbers to get the mean.

so you have

1,2,3,4, that is 10. divide ten by four. because there are 4 numbers.

you get 2.5. Take each number and subtract 2.5. Discard all the negatives from the pile. So in essence you are taking the above example and subtracting 2.5 from 3 and 4 because the other two are going to be negative. so the answer is 3 - 2.5 and 4 - 2.5 which is 2. then take that 2 and divide by the number of items that you subtracted from which is 2. 2/2 is 1. one is the mean standard deviation.

Divide the sum by the number of numbers to get the mean.

so you have

1,2,3,4, that is 10. divide ten by four. because there are 4 numbers.

you get 2.5. Take each number and subtract 2.5. Discard all the negatives from the pile. So in essence you are taking the above example and subtracting 2.5 from 3 and 4 because the other two are going to be negative. so the answer is 3 - 2.5 and 4 - 2.5 which is 2. then take that 2 and divide by the number of items that you subtracted from which is 2. 2/2 is 1. one is the mean standard deviation.

Apr 17, 2014 | Acer Computer Monitors

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Mar 31, 2012 | Philips Computer Monitors

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Mar 27, 2012 | Philips 220CW8FB 22" LCD Monitor

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Mar 17, 2012 | Philips 191EL1SB75 19 inch LCD Monitor

It's commonly known as the blue screen of Death.

It happens for a number of different reasons:

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It happens for a number of different reasons:

- Your PC is over heating ensure freash air can get in and hot air can escape, your PC components should be free of dust so as to cool the components effectively.
- Ensure that your RAM modules are clean and properly seated in the correct orientation.
- CPU temperature must not exceed 50 degrees centigrade.
- Click here to download CPU temperature monitor.
- Run anti-virus scan.
- Install as many fans as possible, the bigger ones if possible.

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Nov 04, 2010 | Neovo AG 17" LCD Monitor

Not really a solution, but if you turn it off and back on over and over (like 30-50 times) there's a good chance it might come on and stay on eventually. I have two ViewSonics, different models, that both do that. I've been using that work-around for over a year on both of them.

The real answers are: take/send the monitor in for repair, that'll probably start at around $100, or get a new backlight/inverter and install it yourself, or get a new monitor.

If you are real ambitious, you can open up the monitor and look at the inverter board; if the capacitors are bulging on top then it's the inverter. If the capacitors are not bulging on top it still might be the inverter. I was not able to find an inverter for your monitor anywhere but the part number is 52-5W273003G000. I did find the main board online for about $20; its part number is 70-V7030102G500.

Also found the service manual which is where I got the part numbers. There is an exploded diagram with accompanying parts list. The diagram labels each part with a circle with two numbers in it. The top number is supposed to be the item number as listed in the table. The bottom number is how many of that particular part there is. But beware; the "exploded parts list" is numbered in reverse compared to the exploded diagram. So what is labeled part 1 in the diagram is really part 24 on the list, part 2 is part 23, etc.

Many people have had success replacing the capacitors on their inverter boards for just a few bucks; check out this thread (also look at the one linked in the second postfrom badcaps.net. If you are handy with a soldering iron it's actually pretty easy.

The real answers are: take/send the monitor in for repair, that'll probably start at around $100, or get a new backlight/inverter and install it yourself, or get a new monitor.

If you are real ambitious, you can open up the monitor and look at the inverter board; if the capacitors are bulging on top then it's the inverter. If the capacitors are not bulging on top it still might be the inverter. I was not able to find an inverter for your monitor anywhere but the part number is 52-5W273003G000. I did find the main board online for about $20; its part number is 70-V7030102G500.

Also found the service manual which is where I got the part numbers. There is an exploded diagram with accompanying parts list. The diagram labels each part with a circle with two numbers in it. The top number is supposed to be the item number as listed in the table. The bottom number is how many of that particular part there is. But beware; the "exploded parts list" is numbered in reverse compared to the exploded diagram. So what is labeled part 1 in the diagram is really part 24 on the list, part 2 is part 23, etc.

Many people have had success replacing the capacitors on their inverter boards for just a few bucks; check out this thread (also look at the one linked in the second postfrom badcaps.net. If you are handy with a soldering iron it's actually pretty easy.

Jul 25, 2010 | ViewSonic VA1703wb Monitor

The tubes in your monitor are probarly worn. Id suggest buying a new 1.

May 18, 2010 | Computer Monitors

Just remove the ram and clean it and fix it again.

Sep 15, 2009 | Toshiba LCD TFT Monitor

Dec 07, 2014 | Princeton Digital VL1916 19" LCD Monitor

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