Lcd screen lights and I can read it. However, the "touch aspect" of the screen does not work. I touch it and nothing happends. Evne on the so-called calibration screen nothing reponds to my touch...help!
I sell the replacement screens for the Triton - HOWEVER: the OEM screens that I sell (Original Korg/Hitachi touchscreens) are for the original Classic Triton and most models of Trinity ONLY - not for Studio, not for Extreme. Email me if you are interested. I am currently selling these screens on craigslist in the musical instrument/for sale section.
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fiona_sheeha, If ACER warranty service not an option, then unit will need local tech to troubleshoot unit's power supply/inverter circuit for possible COMMON and repairable printed circuit board fix. You must read more of my fixya profile and visit the web links you find there so you will know and understand what ALL your options are!!! Some units require less than $5 in parts to refurbish them to working status. Your "cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamp" backlit LCD monitor isn't any different than any other brand of monitor in it's basic operating principles!! I hope this helps. 12fixlouie
1. If you have an Nvidia or ATI graphics card your video card is bad. 2. If you have integrated graphics (the video port is part of the motherboard), your RAM is bad. 3. Your computer is packed full of dust because you've never cleaned the GD thing and it's fking overheating.
there is a little knob on the back of the triton to change the screen brightness. sometimes when you have had it on for a long time you will notice the screen being a little lighter, just adjust with the knob and it should fix that.
There is nothing wrong with the monitor, the issue is that the web page you are looking at is designed for a lower resolution than you LCD is set for (Web pages are normally designed for 800 x 600 or 1024 x 768) you like have a wide aspect ratio monitor.
As I sit here writing this on my 12" wide aspect LCD I have a 2" wide white space on each side of my screen due to my 1280 x 800 aspect ratio.
The issue is one of WEB PAGE DESIGN not the fault of your computer video settings. The web page is written using page frames and fixed aspect ration settings to ensure that the page displays properly regardless of monitor type.
If you had a high end LCD (WUXGA 1920 x 1200), the web page would fill the upper left 1/4 of the screen.
If you lower the resolution of your display, then you'll have fuzzy icons and text, so essentially, get used to it.
Eventually, wed design will catch up with current display technology.