I am stuck in Malawi in Africa with no access to any competent technical assistance so would greatly appreciate advice. My Compaq FP 7317 LCD monitor is 18 months-2 years old and has just started flickering very slightly. There is no distortion and the colours are fine but I would like to know whether this means the screen is on its way out or whether there is a simple fix to this problem. I'm hoping it's the latter because we don't have access to affordable hardware replacements out here! Please help!
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Go to start and type in the search box Power Options hit the enter button On the Left side there is a panel Click Change when the computer sleeps Click the drop-down box which says Put the computer to sleep and select Never Click Save changes
Most LCD monitors use the universal connection for power and video. You can go to any local electronics store and pick one up. It is a 3 pin somewhat trapezoidal connection. If you have a connection that is the circle with a pin in the center. You may have to order it from the manufacturer.