Hi maybe you could help me...
I have a problem with my LCD Cornea CT1700... When I light it on the monitor will go off after 10, 15, 30,60 or more minutes? I have 3 monitors with around the same problem... I have to disconnect the monitor for 5 to 10 minutes and I can use it again for a while... What could be the problem? They were brand new and they had already this problem...
Also the problem will occur immediately if I change the resolution of my screen...
Any part I could change to correct the problem?
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Check the VGA/ DVI cable connection from your Monitor to PC, this also could be caused by VGA card on you PC that doesn't work properly, unfirmed connected to its slot etc, check also for unfirmed connected memory card/ RAM.
Hi I have the same monitor on one of my test benches. For a long time I tried to find drivers for this because I thought it would make a difference. Finally a year or so ago I found a drivers company which said they had it. For $20 I could download it and many others. I did so and didn't really see much improvement when I installed it. I finally got to thinking that maybe I should look closer at this code I purchased. Well as I suspected this code was actually the Microsoft generic LCD monitor code which had been relabeled. I turned it over to Microsoft. But to answer your question I have never found drivers that are specific for any Cornea monitor. Sorry
i think that is not monitor problem, that is your computer (cpu) problem.plase chack your ram memory,open your cpu door and remove your ram and clean it with cloth and restore back.your problem will be solve thank you.
it could be something as simple as your power settings in control panel> power options, then the first window called power schemes pops up and all monitor, harddisk and system standby should be set at never.
Also check on you monitor menu for any power saving options and turn them off.
If the monitors still turn off then there has to be a deeper fault with the monitors and not with the power options.
If possible, try a new video cable. If it does not correct itself with a new cable, the problem is not serviceable. Flat screens do one of three things: inverter will go out (no light), line input board signal failure and power supply low volts on 12v B+.