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Re: X2gen 19" monitor
Open the monitor there is a vertical ic which has small alluminium heat sink ckeck 12v supply to ic if present then remove ic & check 12v at same point if present then replace ic if absent then check 12v regulator ic if faulty replace it
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It sounds like the PC video color setting is at 16 instead of 24 or 32 bit color setup. You need to check the display properties setting on the PC (Right click on the desk top). Also try it on other PC and also check the VGA cable.
even i had this same problem.....its two 220uF25V capacitors and one 47uF35V capacitor located on the backlight inverter chip covered by a plastic shield. It works just fine now. Be sure you get the polarity right when soldering in the new capacitors. It is marked by a shaded in half of the outline on the board and a line on the new capacitor. This was on x2gen 19inch wide screen though so check the specs of the capacitors on yours first. They all together cost around $5 at Radioshack. hope i was helpful thank you hav a nice day
Take the post (power on self test) disconnect vga cable and connect power cable if monitor shows no signal check signal cable massage then monitor is ok fault is in cpu. open it and clean the dust
by vaccum cleaner you will get the display again