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jlallen54, When lcd panel goes to a dark condition please shine a bright flashlight 1 inch from screen an tell me if screen data is still displayed during this "blackout" condition. It might be just a single (1) poor and now thermally intermittant solder connection on the printed circuit board inside the monitor. Do some reading first and then you will understand the problem that your monitor has. 12fixlouie
you need your power supply repaired. take the back cover off and look at the power supply for crowned and or laeky capactiors. desolder them and take them to an eclecronics parts store. replace them and yourr good to go.
A flickering screen with pink colour is a sign of a CCFL lamp problem.
The CCFL lamp is a mini fluro tube and it provides the back-lighting, it is definitely faulty and about to fail completely.
You need to get it repaired while it is still under warranty.
I have a similar problem with my screen, same one, 15". For a period of two years it would turn black for an instant and resume functioning. Since two weeks it only flashes the picture for an instant and then turns black again. We opened it up to check the wiring but nothing wrong there. We are 99.99% sure that the problem is in the screen itself and has nothing to do with drivers or anything else in the computer. If you bought it less than 3 years ago and since it is probably a result of faulty construction, it should fall under warranty (by european law). I am going to take mine to a repairman tomorrow, i will inform you wether the screen can be repaired or not.
maybe ur screen was put into a lot of magnetic interference. so check for any magnetic rays emitting devices like speaker adapters etc. a simple check would be to degauss( its in the screen properties).
I would suggest trying another monitor to rule out your PC or monitor card.
I would also check the video settings on the PC.
Then assuming your cable/connector and video card are okay, it sounds like a lamp or lamp driver (a.k.a. ballast or inverter) issue.
In other words, an internal issue that probably needs component-level troubleshooting.