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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer AL1912 Monitor Looping
I have fixed many of the al1912 easy fix
the problem is always corrosion on the circuit board that has the buttons
disassemble the flat panel remove 3 screws that hold button board on
disconnect the tiny cable from the button board
use a tooth pick and clean inbetween the solder connections where the ribbin cable plugs into button board
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
The problem with this monitor is a leaking capacitor on the power supply board. It is the middle one at the top in a row of three. The value is 10V 1000uf. Common problem for these.
Remove 4 screws from back of display. The case can be popped apart with a small flat putty knife at different points along the two seams. Three latches on each side and two at top and bottom. Push and twist at the latch points. There is a metal cover over the two boards. Power supply board to left. Screws and plugs can be romved. Unsolder Capacitor and replace. Radio Shack probably has them. Maybe a couple bucks. Be sure the power has been off for a while. These also have problems with the button board and corrosion at ribbon cable.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
An unusual problem for a flat screen monitor.
I suggest you connect the monitor to another PC to see if the problem persists since it could also be caused by the video card (or circuit, if on board).
Check your cables making sure they are solidly connected and wiggle them to see if you can cause the problem to come or go away; this would crudely check the shielding of them.
This kind of aberration could easily happen with a conventional CRT monitor if power supply filtering was failing but as mentioned, uncommon in a monitor that is essentially digital.
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: Any Drivers for ACER AL1912
With very few exceptions, LCD monitors do not require a driver. Almost always, and display setting issue is an issue with the Display adapter (Video Card) driver. The plug and Play monitor driver that is native to Windows should work just fine.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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