My Monitor seems to be connected properly to my PC but all I get is a grey white screen. Does this mean the monitor is bad or does it mean the monitor is working because I get the grey white screen?
The sreen of my monitor turned black but if I point a flashligth i can see the image on the sceen
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Make sure you have connected the Video cable properly, Please disconnect the Video cable from the Computer and connect the monitor only to the power source. If you monitor shows anything like "Check video cable" or "No Signal" that means the monitor is working fine. You just need to connect it properly to the computer
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White screen means that the video signal is not getting from the vga board inside the monitor to the actual lcd screen panel. It may be a bad vga input board (also called a main board) OR It could be simply a bad connection on the wiring harness that connects this board to the lcd panel Or it could be a blown fuse on the board on the board that is permanently mounted to the back top of the lcd panel. I would check the wiring connection to the lcd panel inside the monitor first
Is the power led button on while the screen of your monitor goes white and as it been displaying before?
If it as, have you check all connection to see if the VGA and all other connection are intact and well connected? if you have check all this, and yet, it is still white screen you get while the power button is on, it means your picture board is bad.
It means the picture board of your monitor has develop fault and will
need to be replaced in other for it to display.
The best thing
for you to do is to take your monitor to a local repairer or any service
center within your vicinity to help with the replacement of your
picture board because the fault is not something you can fix on your own
in other not to complicate issues.
This is an internal problem with the LCD monitor. It is defective and should be returned to the store your purchased it from for a new one. That is the only thing I can really think of if it is not reading properly with a seperate graphics card. It is an internal issue and needs to be repaired.
just check the power cable from the monitor is connected correctly and plug from cpu to monitor is connected properly be sure is there an loose contact... if it doesnt works means then give reset button in monitor... check the power and frequency control properties in bios .... may be properties is user define or is in maximum saving mode just change it to mininmum saving mode ...it will work...
Sounds like the AD section of the board may be junk. I did the same thing - bought the board from lcdrepair.com.
I submitted an RMA request to get a replacement. The process was difficult due to the pdf form they make you fill out. Lots of errors and no good way to submit it, since it wants to use outlook, but the pdf isn't configured properly to do so. Seems fishy, but I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt for now. We'll see.