My Samsung Syncmaster 710 V only displays white screen. I've tested the screeen itself by removing it to another LCD, and it works fine. The power supply also has no problem. But when i connect it to the controller nex to the internal power supply it shows me the same white screen. What is the problem and what should i do?????????????
my Samsung SyncMaster 540N monitor goes white with flickering horiz lines. but when i beat it on its switch panel side it goes normal.
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Not completely sure what you're saying. Here's what I got out of your problem:
You have a Syncmaster 710n that displays a box saying the best resolution is _____ x _____, but your Syncmaster 710v doesn't show that message.
The main question I have to ask you is whether or not you see the screen or display behind the message on the Syncmaster 710n.
In either case, I doubt that this is a hardware problem. I also highly doubt that your monitor cannot be repaired. Try the following:
1) If you see the display/screen is showing behind the message box, this is almost definitely a setting issue. You need to press the menu button on your monitor and look for an option that says something like "display resolution message" or "ideal resolution message", or something else like that. Then you need to change the setting for that option, for example if "Yes" is selected, then you need to change it to "No" or if "Enable" is selected you need to change it to "Disable".
If you have the manual for the monitor, it should make it easier to know what setting to change. If not then go here:
2) If nothing is being displayed behind the message, try to change the display settings of your computer. While using a different monitor, try the following: If in XP, right-click on the desktop and go to Properties, and select
the tab for display settings and adjust the resolution to something compatible with your monitor (like the one it suggests you to change it to). If in Vista/7, right-click
the desktop and select Screen Resolution/Display Settings and adjust it
When you can't change the screen resolution then most likely only the default VGA driver has been installed. You need to install the graphics driver of the video card that is installed in your computer. To check which graphics driver is installed, click on Control Panel - Display - Settings - Advance - Adapter tab. If the graphics adapter is set for Standard VGA then the graphics driver was not installed.
I have a Samsung Syncmaster 175v Mfg Oct '03 displaying the __ White Screen . I removed the screws on the back , removed base stand, separated case with flat screwdriver starting at bottom, unplugged the small wire to the panel menu buttons , removed metal cover from back of LCD. Now you can see the powerboard \ inverterboard combo and the attached video signalboard. Follow the 30 wire plug to the LCD screen, the 30 wire plug goes under a metal panel , remove the 3 small screws securing the panel and you will see the hidden LCD screenboard. Very close to where the 30 wire plug attaches to this screenboard on the Rightside you will see with a magnifying glass a SurfaceMounted Fuse named F1 with a value? of "K". On my LCD the fuse tested with a volt-ohmmeter to be Open or Blown. The right thing to do would be to replace the fuse however I acquired my LCD from a trashcan / dumpster so I stretched a drop of solder connecting both sides of the fuse. Now I do not have the protection from power failures and surges that the fuse could offer but upon reassembly my screen works like new again . PS : i'm not an expert at anything...x'cept maybe dumpster diving. God Bless