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Monitor takes 1/2 hour to warm up

When switching on my computer it takes at least 1/2 hr for the monitor to show anything, once the images appear everything is ok and i can restart the pc and it works fine but if i leave it overnight or off for a period of time it takes ages to come back on again

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  • paula123 Nov 04, 2007

    it actually died this morning so had to but a new monitor, thanks anyway

  • busybee01 Nov 07, 2007

    I have a GAteway FPD 1830 LCD 19", and it takes forever to show colors, ti shows a blink, then goes black, I have to turn it on and off constantly unitl it remains on. Please can you assist me

  • VILLAMAN Jun 16, 2008

    WHEN I SWITCH ON THE COMPUTER THE MONITOR WORKS THEN AFTER FIVE MINUTES OR SO THE SCREEN JUST GOES OFF THE SOUND IS STILL THERE BUT NO SCREEN

  • gangie123915 Oct 06, 2008

    monitor will not come back up.keeps blinking you can barely tell by watching the upper left corner where the box is that says analog or digital. not 2 years old yet.

  • Anonymous Oct 09, 2008

    I have the same problem if you have someting to repair pleasse tel me

  • xmblolpp Oct 13, 2008

    uhh yeah, I have this problem too, anybody know what the cause of this is? Or am I just dumb for buying a monitor from some random asian manufacturer?... Either way a solution would be nice...

    The little power light blinks green but the monitor does not power-on. Something is stopping it from doing so, gotta find out what...


  • zazylaw Oct 19, 2008

    Very frustrating problem... if I turn it off then on, after 5 seconds or so I can see my desktop "flash" for half a second... eventually the monitor starts to work, but I'm never sure if it was something *I* did, or if it just finally warmed up.

    I get this problem with multiple computers, and with both the digital and analog ports, and it occurs regardless of what OS I'm running, so there's definitely something wrong with the monitor hardware itself.


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If its an LCD it has no flyback!

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You need to check the fly back of your monitor maybe experience over heat. It is possible need for replacement but not the whole monitor only the fly back.

Hope you like my solution please rate me solved.

Best regards,


Philip

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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