I have an intermittent problem where the screen either doesnt come on or goes off into a pseud power save mode? - ie the power light blinks amber, occassionally there is a clicking sound in time with the blinkig, and the light on the power supply slightly flickers gently in time.
I have tried it on other PC's o same result - now I am not sure if the problem is the power supply or the monitor.
It does work occassionally for periods of time? Is there a loose connection in the monitor??
Any help appreciated.
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try to power off printer remove the AC adapter, and hold down power button for 30 seconds, then plug in AC Adapter and power on, that may "Reset" the printer. You may be having an intermittent hardware failure. Let me know if this doesnt work. Thanks for any votes
Check the VGA cord that connects from the PC to the LCD, try putting VGA
cord properly to the LCD and PC, or change the VGA cord. saving mode
indicates no signal from the PC. So either the PC is not booting up or
VGA cord faulty.
Try wiggling the Cord on the backside of the monitor.. Not the Power Plug Cord, The Other Cord that attaches to the PC. Do this once the monitor turns off , grab ahold of the cord about 2 inches from the back of the monitor, then bend the cord to the right, keep bending from the right to the left a couple times to see if your screen comes back, if it does, than you have a Loose connection and this sometimes causes the Symptoms you are receiving.. Hope it helps.
Although you didn't list your operating system, I'm assuming it is Windows and offering a suggestion to clear up the issue based on that OS. Go to settings, and then to control panel. Once in control panel look for "power settings" and click on "custom". This will allow you to turn off all power saving modes by clicking "never" on when the screen is turned off or goes to sleep. If the issue is caused by the power saving mode, this will end the problem.
Maybe update your display drivers. PC appears to be slow.
Make sure you don't have a bunch of apps that auto start.
Do you hibenate your PC?
Same issue if you connect monitor to another PC?
If issue follows you to a different PC it says monitor. If it doesn't it says the first PC (that monitor is currently connected to) had a cpu/memory or a driver issue.