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This is the link to the xerox install info. This should fix the problem. If it does not please list the CPU OS and video card you have. Before connecting the LCD monitor make sure in your display properties are set to a refresh rate of 60 hertz. You can set refresh rate by going to the control panel in windows and display settings properties.
This is general LCD monitor advice. I don't know your specific model. Your problem, however, is very common on many different monitors.
In 90% of cases, the problem is one or more failed electrolytic capacitors on the power supply board. They are a simple matter to replace, but require desoldering the old ones and soldering in new ones, as well as general electrical/electronic safety practices.
If what I've just said already makes sense to you, then you're probably qualified - go ahead and replace them. If I'm talking greek, then go find an electronics nerd - some goofy looking guy wielding a soldering gun should do.
bad vga board however you can open it up and see if the capactors are blown replacing them may solve this problem however when an LCD monitor goes white typically it is the microchip that has gone bad so I sell the monitor for parts and buy a new one.
Try unplugging the power cord to your computer tower, click the power button to drain the capacitors in the mother board then plug the power cord back in and try to boot up. Has helped me repair several similar black screen problems. Chuck Housecall101@aol.com
What type of monitor do you have? I need to no if the power supply or cord plugs directly into the LCD Monitor? These questions are important! Please answer these questions, I will be able to give you an answer!