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Disconnect the monitor from the computer. Then turn on the monitor, if the menu keeps on blinking then that means the screen is starting to go bad and the monitor needs to be replaced. You can also hook up the monitor to another computer. If the blinking stops then that means its an issue with the video card in your original computer.
OK, I've figured it out! There's something wrong with the control chip, so if you don't have it under warranty, here's what you can do: 1. Turn off the monitor 2. Unscrew the face of the monitor 3. Remove the bottom part of the face from the backside, so you can see the chip (the control chip is located on the face of the monitor, under the buttons) 4. You will see a small white connector about 5mm wide, UNPLUGG it 5. Put the small cable that you've unconnected under the front, so you can close the monitor back 6. Close the monitor and plug it back in
That's it. You won't be able to change your settings (they autoadjust anyway), but you won't have to throw the monitor away!
If the button on monitor is blinking, it means your computer is either turned off or in standby mode (or in hybernation). You should push the power button on your computer to restore it from standby (or hybernation).
Its a powersupply problem in your LCD screen, i had the same thing happen to me- i found a site where you can fix it yourself- heres the link. http://computerguru365.blogspot.com/2008/01/fix-that-lcd-flat-panel-monitor.html I did it and it works.