Question about LG W1934S-BN 19" Monitor
Sounds like power supply or the cable may be bad. Try another monitor on same cable or same monitor on different computer with same or different cable exchanging components until problem stops. It may be the power supply to your computer is getting bad and cannot support the power requirements you need. OR, it may be that the monitor is starting to need internal component, like relays of power supplies for itself. Try the other stuff first.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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