Right, I'm having the similar problems with others on this board. Although I start up my PC and my Monitor doesn't come on, the green light does come on, but nothing appears on the screen.
Theres also another thing: that it doesn't go to it's standby color: orange, whatsoever. I don't know if theres another problem or not.
I've tried flashing a light directly at the screen, like some people have suggested, but I couldn't see anything. So I was wondering if is another problem?
Jan Li (They wouldn't allow me to have my real last name for some reason)
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My Iiyama Vision Master Pro 450 works with Windows 7 when connected with a VGA video cable that has 5 BNC RGB connectors that attach to the back of the Iiyama monitor. No driver install was needed; Windows 7 shows my Iiyama monitor as a "Generic Non-PnP Monitor" with 1024x768 resolution.
The picture tube in your monitor has failed, and has damaged other parts in the process. The bright screen was due to high voltage to the tube coming back into areas it shouldn't go.
When this happens, it's time to throw the monitor away and get a new one. The cost of repair (and no, this isn't a repair you could do yourself) would exceed the price of a new flat-screen monitor. It's also unlikely you'd find anyone willing to service this anyway.
I received from iiyama a quote for repair: 400€ without VAT, 478 € with VAT, with a 3 month warranty.
So I ordered a HP LP2475W H-IPS LCD monotor from HP, for 656 € VAT & delivery incl. And a 3 year ON SITE warranty. It is superb, and after calibration it largely outperforms what I had before for my photographic use.