20 Most Recent HP W2007 Desktop Monitor Questions & Answers

Assuming you have never played with the monitor's menu settings before, and most everything seems OK - but with a blue tinge, I would check the video cable. Make sure there are no bent or pushed pins, the cable has not been severely pinched with no cuts or frays. Also ensure that it is connected thumb-tight on both ends. If you still have the problem, substitute the cable with a known good cable. And then of course you can try the monitor settings, but I would need a model number to be specific. If you play with settings before checking the cable, be sure to note the current settings because you can cause a setting problem if your problem is something other than a setting problem, such as the video cable. If your computer has VGA/DVI/ or HDMI outputs and you have the cables, this could also be helpful in case your problem turns out to be your video card.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Jul 31, 2015

Sunshine versis darker room maybe?

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Mar 11, 2015

I am afraid to say if you cant fix bad pixels uinless its actaully a software or fault with the graphic you are trying to look at for example. You would have to buy an entire new screen for your monitor or just a whole new monitor.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Dec 07, 2013

What happens if you unhook the power and wait 5 minutes and then hook it back up?

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Feb 02, 2013

Check ALL cables, connections, pins, if you can, reset to default settings on the monitor. Is it under warranty? Any damage? Have you done ANY graphic updates? Hardware upgrades?

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Jan 12, 2013

Try unplugging the power cord from the monitor for 15 minutes.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Dec 21, 2010

Right click the background of the monitor, click personalize and see if you have the screen saver on. If you have remove it. Also check the power setting in same screen which would list some option like hibernate, sleep or do nothing. Thanks.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Nov 04, 2010

just follows this step sir,

1. my computer
2.0 control panel
3.0 internet option

then click delete browsing history

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Jun 29, 2010

Part Number:RK284AA#ABA
* Display Type LCD display / TFT active matrix
* Built-in Devices Microphone , Speakers
* Width 20.6 in
* Depth 11.4 in
* Height 18.9 in
* Weight 19.8 lbs
* Enclosure Color ( The image of the product displayed may be of a different color )
* Localization English / United States
* Display (projector) image aspect ratio 16:10
* Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1
* Diagonal Size 20 in - Widescreen
* Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch 0.282 mm
* Max Resolution 1680 x 1050 / 60 Hz
* Max Sync Rate (V x H) 76 Hz x 82 KHz
* On-Screen Controls Switch video input , Brightness , Contrast , Image control , Color adjustment , Quick view , Language , Management , Information , Factory reset , Exit
* Controls / Adjustments Tilt
* Tilt Angle 30
* Signal Input VGA
* Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
* Type Microphone|Speakers
* Interfaces 1 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)
* Connections - DVI-Digitaligital , - VGA
* Microsoft Certifications Compatible with Windows 7
* Form Factor Internal
* Voltage Required AC 120/230 V
* Power Consumption Operational 65 Watt
* Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 2 Watt
* Min operating temperature 41 °F
* Max operating temperature 95 °F
* Operating humidity range 20 - 80%
* Service & Support Limited warranty
* EPA Energy Star Compliant Yes
* EPEAT Compliant EPEAT Silver

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Feb 15, 2010

It is either your computer is over heating or the mother board is going bad. spray the fan out real good with air then try it and see if that fixes the problem. also make sure that it is not laying flat that way it gets more air flow.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Feb 10, 2010

There should be adjustment buttons either on the front of the monitor on the computer itself. Then your can try taking the green out.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Dec 05, 2009

It may well be some form of virus or spyware.

It may also be that you have too many applications running at once eg. lots of toolbars and instant message typ programs.

It can also happen on graphic intensive applications.

You should rule out nasty stuff first.


for a free one its pretty darned good !

From a CLEAN computer download and put on a flash drive.

Copy to your DESKTOP on the suspec computer.

Run it but dont change any options just use what it offers.

When its done let it clean anything it finds.

Its where I always start with an infected machine.

As for antivirus AVOID Norton or Mcafee but try the AVG FREE version MBAM should clean up without buying

Only continued use would require purchase As for too many applications that would be up to you to decide what you REALLY need and dont. Most toolbars are a waste of both time and space and can hog computers down. Maybe a good clean up is in order ?

It may just be a "leaking application"

These are badly coded programs that dont release memory when they should and just keep taking more to do the same job.

May I suggest you download

It is a program that can make a report on what you have running in such a way that you can post that information to certain sites and experts there will look at it.

They will then give you reccomendations as to how you can remove programs or fix some issues that may be upsetting your computer.

Dont post the log here but follow the nstructions and help the program offers to send it to one of the sites it will offer you.

If you understand startup lists you may even be able to spot som things yourself that you dont want to run and disable them from hijack this.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Oct 07, 2009

Make sure that everything is connected to the monitor properly. Go to the back of it and make sure the VGA or DVI cables are secured and then check the back of the computer to do the same.

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Sep 16, 2009

Go to control panel, go to parental controls. check what settings u have on it. if not go to internet options and click on the content. one of them is more likely your problem

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Sep 13, 2009

next time use a surge suppressor

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Sep 13, 2009

Hi fcmx1

On Windows Vista:
  1. Reboot your system.
  2. Open cmd.exe as an administrator by selecting Start/All Programs/Accessories.
  3. Right click on Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
  4. Type in
    unregmp2.exe /UpdateWMPVersion
  5. Press enter.

On Windows XP and Windows 2003 and earlier:
  1. Reboot your system.
  2. Select Start/Run and type in:
    %SystemRoot%\inf\unregmp2.exe /UpdateWMP
  3. Click Ok.
Does this help?

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on May 13, 2009

try resetting (turning off and turning on after 3 min) your modem or router or hub (whichever you're using). Then right click the little icon in the task bar that represents your network connection and select 'Repair'

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on May 10, 2009

HI there,
here is a link directly from Yahoo that should help you out. Just click on the link, and there is step by step directions.


Good luck!

HP W2007 Desktop... | Answered on Apr 16, 2009

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