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Re: Dont know how to turn on
If it is a CRT there is a stationary cord which cannot usually be removed from the monitor (unless very old) that has an 15 pin female end. This will plug into either your on board video or your video card. Be sure to tighten the finger screws on each end of that plug. Then you will have to plug manually a power cord (looks just like the power cord to a PC) into the back of the monitor (usually a female 3 prong plug) and other end into the wall socket.
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Without being in front of your PC, or without knowing any detailed information. My first troubbleshooting attempts would be to go to the command prompt (windowsKey + R) (then type CMD) a command prompt will appear type ipconfig /release (press enter) , then ipconfig /renew (press enter)
The VX900 has 2 different version of the unit. One version has an external power supply and the other has internal power supply. Since you said you changed the power cord I would guess you have the internal power supply version. The issue you have is caused by the capacitors on the power supply board have overheated and blown out. This is a common problem on many LCD monitors after a few years of use. If you open the back of your monitor and look at the supply board you should see the bulging capacitors. Check our web page at: www.ccl-la.com for Pictures and examples of what to look for and what you need to get to do the repair. If you have any questions let us know on our web site and we will be glad to help you get going again.
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I have the Vison Monitor and looked all over for the driver and found nothing specific to the monitor. However, I have a dual boot on my pc with XP and Vista and it works well with both. My current driver specs for this monitor are below. I hope this helps:
Driver Provider: Microsoft Driver Date: 6/6/2001 Driver Version: 5.1.2001.0 Digiral Signer:Microsoft Windows Component Publisher
I'm affraid you did about everything you can to find the issue.
Trying to isolate the problem is the best way to come close to a solution eventually. But after all the tests you did, it seems that the monitor itself got a problem.
I dont suggest you to try to fix it yourself, some electrical parts may need to be electrically discharged before being removed from the monitor.
If your monitor is still in waranty, contact LG for support. Otherwise, you could bring it to a local tv/monitor store to see if they can repair it. LG support rep could also give you some advice, maybe they got a certified partner in your area that could take a look at it.
P.S. If your computer is on windows XP it should shut down the usual way just by pressing the power button once. The shutdown will be the same as if you go Start->Shutdown->Shutdown the computer.
This is most likely due to power management settings for the monitor.
To address these settings follow the procedure below for your version of Windows.
To establish which version of Windows you have: Press and hold the Windows Logo Key on your Keyboard + Press Pause Break Key and release.
To adjust power management settings in XP: Click Start > Control Panel > Power Options > Adjust the drop-down menu for your Monitor.
To adjust power management settings for Vista: Click Start > Control Panel > Classic View > Power Options > Click "Change Plan Settings under your current plan (the plan with a filled bullet) > Click "Advanced Settings" > Click Display > Click "Turn off display after" Select 0 for none or choose the duration of inactivity to wait before Windows blanks your screen.
assuming that u r a professional.. i guess there is no problem with ur monitor, it sounds like itz due to graphic adapter..either the adapter on ur system main/mother board/agp/pci/pcie is damaged or itz simply 'driver corruption'.. don't panic..check for driver update/download n reinstall graphic/display driver.. however, 1st make sure that the Screen Resolution (1024x768 or as applicable) and Color Quality (32 bit or as applicable) is correct..from Display Settings->Settings tab.. always better to contact system admin/vendor....