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Back light on off
Check the CCFL lamps!
But can be a problem with inverters... control the transistors - MOSFET on the powerboard.
At the back of it there is a sound jack that you should connect together with the sound jack of the system unit, minus that, there won't be sound.
Green light is blinking no dispay
This could be an issue with your monitors motherboard. If you are familiar on how to open your monitor. Look for powersupply capacitors. Check visually if ok and replaced if if needed. Also fuse that maybe blown is not glass fuse near main socket,It is semiconductor black or yellow colour labeled PFxxx near heatsinks of power supply secondary.
If you are not aware of this capacitors, i suggest you bring your monitor to the nearest repair shop for this required expertise in fixing this issue.
Takes a while to open after i start up my computer
This could be a problem with the video output on your desktop, check with another monitor and see how long it takes for it to display when booting up.
Or this could be a problem with the monitor, these monitors after they age a few years some start to have the bulging capacitor problem. You can check for this by opening the monitor up and visually checking the capacitors for bulging.
To see what bulging capacitors look like check here.Badcaps
That webpage also has tutorials on replacing bad capacitors.
If you have any more questions or if this does not solve your issue, let me know.
We have a Benq FP767. when we start the moniter
Have you attempted to enter the on-screen menu system for the monitor? There should be a reset system reset option somewhere in the menu selections. If not give that a try.
Also you might want to check your monitor cable. Unplug then replug it in. If you still have a blank screen you might want to try the cable on another monitor if that's possible.
If the cable is not the problem then that leaves the monitor itself or the video card if your system is equipped with one. Check the back connectors and locate the video output plug. If it is located close to the keyboard, mouse, Ethernet and usb plugs it is what's known as on-board video. If it is located below those other plugs it is a video card. Shut your system off and disconnect the power cable. Open up your case and make sure that the video card is seated correctly. They can come loose.
Your only other option is to try your monitor on another system.
I really hope something here helps. Good luck
Blank screen and flashing green light near on/off
fred_lane, Well, it could also be just black, or both black and blank! DID you do flashlight test that every CCFL back-lit lcd monitor owner should know how to perform and interpret the results for when confronted with a black screen problem that is not caused by sleep mode?? I can only suspect a bad "switch-mode-power-supply" that is in partial or full SHUTDOWN mode due to it detecting a FAULT CONDITION with itself or the CCFL inverter circuit supply. Read other options you have open to you in my fixya profile! 12fixlouie Hope this steers you in good direction.
This means that a video signal has been detected but it is beyond the range for display. As an example, if the monitor can only display 1024x768 and you send it a signal at 1280x1024, you will get that message. Try to downsize the display settings on your computer system until the monotor works.
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