Hi,my starlogic 19" moitor works fine about 1 month and after that when turned it on I see a lot of lines,on few first days it showed lines and auto came back to nomal,but now everytime I turn it on ,all monitor show many tiny lines.Can someone know what happened and how to fix,I really like this monitor, it has great shape and very nice picture ,video.Thank you so much
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Not sure if you have done this so give this a try.
* If possible, plug your Starlogic monitor into another working computer. If the Starlogic monitor works then it is the port on the original computer that has gone bad. The solution would be purchasing a new video card such as PCI or AGP video card. (Assuming all other aspects of your PC are working fine) *However, if the monitor does not work then you know your monitor is dead. You will need to buy a new or used monitor. **You may want to barrow someone's monitor and test your original computer just to make sure the port on that original computer is fine.
It's turns blue to power safe mode (yellow) it's prevent futher damaged to your monitor. It's seems you got a busted backlight inverter. Need to replaced a new one...Since you only got it for a few months, send it back to Acer for a replacement of a new backlight inverter... Have a nice day!
Have you tried reseting the monitor to factory defaults, or pulling the plug, waiting then replugging it?
If you can see a picture in a dark screen, it means the backlight has blown. These are special bulbs that may be difficult to find, or fully generic, but you will need to open the monitor, disassemble the LCD panel to get to the bulb so you know which type of bulb it needs. This is a moderately difficult task with fragile elements to remove to get to the bulb.
If you consider the monitor as toast and will not have it professionally serviced, you have nothing to loose by working on it, if you are handy with electronic tools, to use as a repair and learning experience.
I can't find a website for StarLogic anywhere, so either they have gone out of business (not likely as there should be some reference to them somewhere) or they are imported from a foreign manufacturer and rebranded with the StarLogic name.
If you are getting a "No Signal" message, someone may have inadvertantly pressed the wrong button on the monitor. Use up arrow of button #5 below to cycle through RGB (normal VGA connection) and DVI sources. Down arrow will result in "No Signal" message.
There are five buttons at the bottom of the screen on this monitor. From the left:
1 - sound volume
2 - degausser
3 - power on/off
4 - monitor set-up
5 - RGB/DVI source