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It is not seeing a good signal from your computer (that is what it is doing looking at analog, the digital, the hdmi) Could be a bad cable, or plugged into the wrong connector on the computer. Computer is on right?
Try turning off computer plug in monitor then turn on computer see if you get any reaction.
Another suggestion if your are using the digital cable, try the analog (or visa versa)
Let me know if that doesn't help.
Problem not in your monitor, but in your videocard, I've got the same. Your videocard overheats and your monitor shut down. You need to check cooler on your videocard. Maybe it full of dust. Sorry for my bad english) hope it helps to someone.
This blue light flashing means there is power to monitor bu NO video
signal. No Analog or digital Video . analog is the regular plug for PC
to Monitor, the other is HDMI digital or other digital. Check signal
digital/analog means again: No video signal from PC detected.
try to set your screen resolution to maximum using Display Settings in windows. Besides, are all software drivers for this monitor loaded and properly installed? Right click My Computer=>Properties. select hardware => device manager. Make sure video icons are not marked with question marks. if they are, install monitor drivers shipped with your monitor.
I had a similar problem, the monitor was going blank once in a while (since I don't have a VGA input), so I switched the Auto Source feature to
"Manual" and so far it's working fine for the past 2 days, if I run
into the problem again I'll update this message.
On the side
panel of your monitor, press the top button to access the menu, scroll
down to the setup menu (by pressing the 3rd button down on the panel),
press the 4th button down to enter the setup menu, scroll down to "Auto
Source", use the 4th button to select, "Auto" & "Manual" are your
choices.. press the 2nd button down to select "Manual" then the top
button to exit the menu(s).
This monitor is set up to be able to
do multi display with the software included. Utilizing both Digital and
Analog signals. I'm not using this feature so I'm not sure how
switching the Auto Source off will affect the performance of this
THE ONLY WAY THIS WILL CHANGE IS IF YOU HAVE A DIGITAL INPUT SOURCE CONNECTED to this mointor like HDMI AS THIS MOINTOR AUTOMATICALLY SENSES ANALOG SIGNALS AND DIGITAL INPUT SIGNALS if a digital signal is available it will switch over if a digital input singal is not available you will only be able to use the analog option
Right click on your desktop>Properties, then click on Screen saver tab, then at botton of the box you should see 'Monitor Power'.
Click on 'Power' then Power schemes tab.
Look at 'Turn off monitor' and set to 'Never'