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DVI connection fault

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I have a viewsonic vw 2255wmb, and its been working fine. I have it connected to my pc (asusen8800gt graphics card) via a DVI connection. The monitor sits in standby mode and when i turn on the PC up it comes (little blue light turns red and I get a picture). However when I turned it on yesterday the pc powered up but the monitor did not, displaying the message"no digital input" or words to that effect. Idid the usual turn it of check the cables etc but no joy. I then got an old lcd monitor and plugged that into the PC via the same socket but using a DVI-Dsub adapter and an old Dsub cable and it worked fine. i then then disconnected and plugged in the viewsonic in the same way, using its optional d-sub input on the viewsonic and it worked fine also, but obviously not in "digital" mode so the screen is noticably less crisp. I'm going to buy a new cable this afternoon as it's the cheapest place to start failing that i'm lost

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  • Anonymous Sep 13, 2008

    excactly the same problem, only it started after 2 months of use !

  • Badger499 Oct 25, 2008

    Exactly the same problem. When the computer pwers up the blue light comes on longer enough to see a message about no digital input. then the scree returns to standby mode with not picture. I have tried removing driver and reinstalling but no success. Another monitor works fine with the same power cable and digital visdeo cable. Any ideas? Thanks.

  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

    same damn thing this morning.



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Same problem this morning. wondering if the money i spent was well or not.
not happy.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

I had the same problem, you must call Viewsonic to change your screen. The DVI input on the screen is dead.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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