Question about Proview PL926WBi 19" LCD Monitor
Sounds like either a loose connection or a short in the cable going from the monitor to your computer. Try disconnecting the monitor from the computer, and plugging it back in again. If this doesn't resolve the issue, try bending the cable in different places. If this causes the monitor to correct itself, even just for a little bit, it is a bad cable. You can take it off from the monitor and the computer, take it to a store that sells cables, and get a new one.
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