Question about Dell E196FP 19" LCD Monitor
This happened because you set your subwoofer up to close to your monitor, same thing happend to me. you should have your subwoofer about 2 feet away from the monitor. this problem can be fixed at local computer shops , i just got mine replaced for free though.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
Hobo, The chances are good that it?s the monitor; however, there are a few things you can check: -Try connecting the monitor to another computer, if the problem follows. If it doesn?t try the rest of these suggestions, if not skip to the bottom. -Remove the VGA connector from your PC and inspect the pins to make sure none are bent over or corroded. -Try replacing the VGA cord that connects the LCD with the computer. -Try opening your PC, removing and reinstalling the video card assuming it isn?t built into the motherboard. This monitor has a three year warranty from Dell so I wouldn?t try opening the monitor case until you call them. Even if you suspect it is call them up anyway, on more than one occasion I?ve called Dell about a problem with an out of warranty PC only to find out there was a unadvertised replacement program. So call it can?t hurt. If its out of warranty then depending on your comfort level you can either try to fix it or take it to the local repair shop. Usually they will do an eval for about $35. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this posting.
Posted on Mar 18, 2007
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