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Your video card setting may not be compatible with your monitor's capability. you may need to reduce the screen resolution. you need to boot up on safe mode to change this or use another monitor for a while and try to adjust the screen resolution.

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HP W1707 LCD Monitor circa 2008 old. 10 years old NOW.
No PC stated or any OS at all. windows what?

connected to what? it must be connected to a working PC
or the monitor is useless as 3rd shoe.

i can only be 2 things, PC or screen bad.
  1. the test is child easy test the monitor on another PC.
  2. or test the dead PC on another good monitor.
the monitor has no software ever.
only the PC side does for the PCs video chip GPU driver.
but the PC always has one, even if, poor quality resolution.

Toss magic coin land on bad w1707
The screen, can fail for many reasons lets say it fails on a good PC. known good.
these old monitors have CCFL lamps that love to fail inside.
It has no LED back lamps , before 2010. it haS CCFL lamps.
The monitor all by its self, pc disconnected.
you power it on and it shows logo, HP or Compaq
then for seconds turned on the menu may work.'
if you see nothing the CCLF are dead.
The menu button works only with good running PC. but
might work for 1 second.
some do others dont but only for seconds does the OSD work
lacking a good PC connected.

the OSD is the menu from the monitor brain inside
the button is called select or menu.
PC turned off and Monitor now turned on the screen shows.
if the PC is dead the Monitors brain then shows.
NO SIGNAL , or NO sync.
or if PC is set up wrong the monitors shows, OUT OF RANGE.

CCFL love to fail.
the lamps turn yellow, blink or go DEAD.
as can the HV inverter seen here.

http://www.pcdied.com/monitors.html#Inverters-monitors

PAR:
i one uses the monitor 10 hours a day
on the 5th year, the CCFL goes dead. that is there normal life span.

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The hp w1707 moniter won't show the image from the driver


screen resolution is too high, try it first with 1024x768, if it wont work, your LCD needs servicing..

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Disable sleep mode for HP w1707 LCD minitor


Read -> this <-guide on how to disable sleep mode/hibernation


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Input signal out of range


Did you mean "out of range". Try reloading video drivers. If that doesn't work, perhaps screen cannot use that resolution.

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1440 x 900 resolution problem


Try reducing the refresh rate of the monitor to 60Hz as you would get 1440X900 only at that refresh rate.

Refer http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00834092.pdf

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I reloaded win xp get lowest res. cant get higher res


sounds like you need a driver for you video card go to driver.com

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