I cant fix the brightness of my monitor because when i set the brightness on 0 or 100 it just doesnt change anything still cant see anything on a very bright white monitor, i installed the drivers & everything, also checked the connections... it is a new monitor, only 3 days old.
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Turn off the pc but leave the monitor on. unhook the monitor from the pc. the screen SHOULD run a "self test" with a moving white green red blue box. if that box is on a bare black screen and there are no bright spots or cracks or anything weird looking, then the screen itself is ok. If however, you see odd shades of blue and pink and it looks cracked or scratched or has lines in it, then it is time to replace that screen.
Thats because, screen or inverter was from different laptop or not compatible. For Dell laptops you have to buy screens with inverter together by dell part number. You should be happy if it's bright enough. There is nothing else to do or try different screen or inverter.
Contrast and brightness controls usually come from one chip. You can try looking up the specs of the chip online and then determine which pin of the chip conrols brightness. Usually faulty Electrolytic capacitors act like the simptoms you described. Find the Electrolytic capacitor connect in the brightness circuit and you will most likly fix your problem. The chip that contols the brightness might also be faulty. Good luck.
Sounds like you have a coincidental hardware failure. The reset button usually sets the monitor to factory default which is good in most uses. A rolling pattern on the screen is occasionally due to electronic interferrence such as a mobile phone in the vacinity. As you say your screen is fading completely suggests a hardware failure and nothing to do with your pressing the reset. If your monitor is less than 3 years old (standard screen warranty) I would contact the manufacturer and they may send you a new one.
I have an emachine 17" Flat Panel Monitor and I accidently touched the Standby Mode on my keyboard and now my menu won't work right. I can't adjust the color enough. If there is anything I can do to fix my problem it would be appreciated.