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Monitor blinks and goes black randomly..

Hello, I've recently bought a new computer, about three weeks ago or something like that.

Here's the specs:
Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 1
System Manufacturer: Acer
System Model: Aspire M5640
Processor: Intel Core Duo 2.40 GHz
Memory (RAM): 3 GB
System-type: 32-bit operating system
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GS
Storage: 500 GB
Monitor: Acer x193w

The problem is, is that my monitor will randomly go black. The monitor will stay on, as the little blue light stays on, but the only way I can get the picture back is by shutting the monitor off and turning it back on. I've also noticed that it sometimes blinks and when it blinks it seems to make the screen a *** bit darker, not much, barely noticeable, heck maybe I'm just dreaming... I've tried pushing in the power cord more, doesn't help. I've tried unplugged the power cord and plugging it back in, doesn't help. I've tried making sure the connection from CPU to the monitor is correct and hasn't seemed to help.. Possibly something is loose because when I type, my desk moves, thus my monitor moves, so something is loose somewhere.

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  • Anonymous Oct 09, 2008

    Exactly the same problem.

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hello,
this problem accure due to faliour of invertor circuit. plz call a hardware engineer or replace the monitor. your monitor is in warrenty so i suggest you to replace it with new one.
ok
bye
ramesh722

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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