20 Most Recent Fuji FP-988D 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor Questions & Answers


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Will the monitor still work? The problem is just when you turn it off the backlight will stay on. If that's the case try to press hold the power button for 5mins. on and off. This can help for the power button may have been stuck.

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Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Dec 12, 2010


Hi there!
Check VGA or DVI cables, make sure it's secured tight or replaced the cables or VGA Card. Try pluged the monitor into another PC.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


Hi there!
Right click on your mouse and go to screen resolutions and set the screen resolutions to your desired. Need to play around bits... find the right setting just click apply and saved.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


You don't need software, just connect the monitor's video cable to the ThinkPad's video port. Then power up the monitor first then the boot up the ThinkPad and the video will divert automatically to the monitor.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


Hi there!
It's seems your control buttons panel are busted. If you can access LCD control panel, reset to defaut setting. That might solve the problems... If not, you need a new Board.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


Hi there...
First check your AC Adapter, see if it still lite green. If it not then you need a new AC Adapter. If AC Adapter still lite green, then your back light inverter are busted. It's more likely your inverter are busted... I can repaired for you... for more information @ www.3rd-Rocks.com Thanks, have a nice day!

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


rosetatai, You failed to tell me any HISTORY of your unit. I can only tell you that unit has possible bad "switch-mode-power-supply" and need to be repaired. Read more of my FIXYA profile and that of other tech's to see if your complaint closely matches up to their's. Then do a repost to original with more info on your unit as to age and "on" hours it has seen. Is your pc working fine with a substitute KNOWN GOOD mopnitor attached? 12fixlouie

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


Update your video card.The 3.34 power supply is fine. Dont go over 3.75 but you can stay just under.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


it could be possible that the pwr cord might have gone bad. change it .
before doing that try disconnecting the pwr cord from the back of monitor and hold the pwr button for 30 sec. connect the pwr cord properly and then restart the comp. if this does not work then check with other pwr outlet. if this doesnot work then replace the monitor its a problem with the monitor and needs to be replaced// nothing is wrong with the computer//

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Jun 23, 2010


Monitor resolution is done at the PC, not at the monitor, right click on the desk top, slect properties, display property will come up, select setting. You should set it to match your monitor native resolution for best picture.

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Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Jun 19, 2010


your signal cable or its vga connector is loose tight the monitors vga connector and observe

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Mar 08, 2010


turns out all i had to do was restart the computer in video mode aka VGD or VGA mode
you get to this by restarting your computer and pressing F8 a bunch of times till you get the safe mode menu and select VGD mode and youll be able to fix ur problem from there

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Jan 11, 2010


Point a flashlight at the screen when it shuts down and see if an image is still there. If so, it may be the backlight inverter. You can try to get the part, but most shops would charge you more than a replacement.

To verify, before you pitch it, try it with another monitor and see if the same thing occurs. Ran into a case where something downloaded reset the power-saving settings for the backlight.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Jan 08, 2010


Almost any store that repairs computer will be able to help you. Most monitors use the same cord.

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Nov 05, 2009


no no the monitor is not history yet :)... it's your adapter maybe. try holding the adapter tightly when you insert it. check the monitor while holding the adaptor.. that should help you find out

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Nov 05, 2009


Hi...there,
A simple way to check your AC Adapter, plugged into a socket and see if it lite green... If you don't see a green light lite on the AC Adapter, then it's DEAD... You can order the AC Adapter @ www.3rd-rocks.com but sometime you need to replaced both. Have a nice day!

Fuji FP-988D 19"... | Answered on Mar 07, 2009

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