I had a white blank screen issue and sent my BenQ FP757 monitor in for service. It came back after a few days with a little problem. I just cant seem to get the standard combination of blue,red and green to set my monitor display to normal. Its either too red, or green or blue. I have tried using the sRGB option and also tried setting the R, G and B components to 50,50,50 too (as is on a colleagues monitor)but still cant get the optimum setup. Any suggestions?
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I have had this problem before and had to contact the manufacturer. I was able to send them back and the manufacturer sent me a replacement. If your monitor is under warranty it should not cost you anything.
Is it that the screen just went blank or white without any display? need more clarification, but If it is, it means the
board of your monitor has developed fault.
The best thing for you
do now is to take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity or any service center
to help with the replacement of the picture board
because the fault is not something you can fix yourself, in order not to
BenQ made a lot of monitors for Dell. You may want to look at Dell pictures. Most common failure in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what goes wrong: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also. http://www.badcaps.net http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague
It could either be a driver issue on your system, or a problem with your video card. Turn off the computer, open the case, remove the video card, re-seat it in the slot securely, close up the system and power it back on. If the problem still happens, update the display adapter driver, if it still happens, try a different video card or monitor. You could even test your monitor by plugging it into a system that you know doesn't have this issue.
To isolate this issue first find out whether notebook LCD display gone bad or not....... to do this connect the notebook to any external monitor with the help of VGA port which looks like a blue port...... determine whether issue is with LCD display or the operating system, and get repaired by the nearest local service center. hope this help u.. further quries give me reply
Try checking the settings in properties for this device to make sure they are as you left them. YOu can also uninstall the drivers for the card and reinstall them to see if that takes care of the issue.
the vga modul can't tobe start power "on",power regulator/switching normal condition. some of the semiconductors on board of the VGA modul ( transistor ) is Shock/dead. I need schema/diagram of this,please........
When you first switch on Does it show Benq?If not the inverter circuit has failed.If you are technically able you can try resoldering transistors on inverter board.If your display is black all of the time transistors could have failed as also related fuse etc.
And yes please check with BenQ Normally these have a 3 year warranty.