I have a Benq FP767+ 17" LCD monitor and sometimes it will not display anything on the screen when i turn it on (The blue light stays on thou with a blank screen).
When it doesn't display anything, i just move the monitor into different positions and tilt it up and down and turn it on again and it'll work.
This problem used to only occur when i turn it off. I clicked on all my settings and made them default and my refresh setting is at 60hz and 1280*1024. I've had this monitor for 2 years now and it's only just started to stuff up.
Just today my monitor started to turn itself off (it only did it twice but it's working now) and i got frustrated that it woulnd't turn on again so i gave it a whack to the back and turned it on and voila, it works.
Could there be a fault in my monitor now? should i send it in for repair?
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Check the video cable, make sure it is not loose. Try the monitor on another computer to see if it works.
If not then follow these instrucrions :-
When the LCD monitor display is dim or flickers and or has a black screen then the fault is usually a faulty inverter or the CCFL lamp. When you look at the screen at a sharp angle and you see a dim image then it is a backlight problem and it is caused by a faulty inverter or a CCFL lamp. Check out LCD Parts for parts, service, and DIY info. Use this link to their WEB site :- www.lcdparts.net
check your resolution settings and change to 800><600 and try again.If it does not work at 1024><768 try loading monitor driver In display properties it should show BenQ FP731 instead of plug and play monitor.
When your dell e173fp lcd monitor black out, the led power light are still green color. Normally, this will be the inverter board or ccfl lamp problem. May i know, after this monitor black out, do you have try use the torch light to see any display on the screen? (sometime the display are darkness only and not totally no display, you need see it clearly). Any details on repair lcd monitor please goto this website, http://www.fastrepairguide.com
Strange that both should show the same symptoms
don't you think?
Have you changed anything computer wise?
Graphics card or resolution?
Screeching noise is a puzzle too.
How are they powered - internally or via a separate power supply?