This monitor just bit the dust on us! We just bought it a year and a half ago, and we started experiencing a flashing screen, lines looking like bar codes, etc. Then the monitor completely lost power. Stupid us, we didn't get the extended warranty. We called Proview customer service and were told it was our video card, but that was not correct. Bottom line, I don't think problems with these monitors are fixable. The only solution we found was to go buy a new one:(
Probably a good solution. 17" LCD's are pretty inexpensive these days and probably cost as much to diagnose and fix this one. You can purchase on-line as well.
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It sounds like a wireless device on your network is cheap king for updates every 30 minutes. When your wireless light flashes, it means a wireless device is talking to your router. When your internet light flashes, it means your router is talking to the internet. It is normal for both to flash at the same time. If a wireless device is downloading an update, then the speed will slow down for other devices. I hope this helps.
OOOOH NO BOSCH PEOPLE WHO READ THIS QUESTION i know we are a few years later but that have bought for a few years ago English qualcast tools was taken over by BOSCH Beware of the high tension behind the pully of all Wear safety goggles. if the motor is split do not tension on a half open motor because the bearing in one site of the pulley breaks by the to high tension the motor parts must first be brought together both half parts and the belt between that must be tensioned by a good long piece like a very great screwdriver inside the great pully to tension the belt on the pulley , !!! a hell of a job .
First power up the computer then press F8 key then if you see safe mode and other menu then enter in enable vga mode then go to control panel and change screen resolution to 1024*768.
If you can;t see safe mode and other menu. Then open the cpu cabinet then refix RAM memory . clean dust from circuit and RAM. Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 15 minutes so all bios settings are defaults. Then check.
If you purchased your D60 new, you could sent it in to Nikon for cleaning but personally, I'd wait a while if it's not affecting the camera's functions. If you need warranty work within the first year, you can send the camera in for that work, and they'll clean under the LCD while servicing the camera.