Question about HP 2159M Monitor
Please check the video connections to make sure they are secure.
Some devices have the connections hanging straight down, and gravity works all over the planet.
If you have another monitor available, plug it in and check the computer's video output with it. If you get a picture with the alternate monitor, then you know the original monitor was the culprit.
It really does sound like a loose connection, but would not be surprised, you past the one year mark... that is when warranties expire.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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