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do you have audio cameras, they don't usually give you the audio cameras with a standard setup, on the back of the dvr there is a plug for audio its either a phono plug or a mic input socket, this can be used in one room or outside depending on the mic you have to buy. you then wire this up to the cctv and have to setup the sound to the camara number.
Chances are that you have some problem with the power supply part of your computer. Depends on how your monitor is connected. If it is from the cabinet (tower) then, we need to check for spikes from the machine (chances of getting spikes from SMPS of tower is low). If it is directly connected ensure that the socket has proper stabilized power supply. Let me know how your machine is structured in terms of connection.
The manufacturers website has the manuals and most of the time you can download them As for as the language goes. You may have changed the Regional settings by accident. Click on Start>Control Panel>Regional and Language settings. Set it back to English.
Possibly a capacitor on the internal board for the monitor that will not stay energized to allow the backlight for the monitor to illuminate. Going to need a qualified technician with the tools and equipment to diagnose it first hand. If you are not sentimentally attached to the unit, you can pick 17" monitors up pretty cheap these days.