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Since you hadd confirmed that the monitor is faulty with a swap then it seems that the input signal processor is faulty.
Only a signal test will confirm the fault in the stage , so check from the power supply section to see if the set has tripped off due to a protection- if so check the output drivers.
bob_loopeker, If you know that your pc is ok with different monitor then you will need to inspect the power supply board inside your VX922. All you need in the way of info is here on fixya!! All you need to do is read and make decision on what to do. Spend some time reading in my fixya profile or do "ctrl" key and click on "vx922 19" monitor" that is highlighted in light blue text above. May need new capacitors installed on unit's "switch-mode-power-supply" printed circuit board. hopre this helps. 12fixlouie
Looks like you have an LCD. I was guessing it may be magnetic related in which case I would recommend you degaussed your display using the degauss function but your monitor won't have it since it's not a CRT by the looks of it. I would recommend contacting your dealer or where you purchased the monitor at a retail store. Since it's only 8 months old, you may be able to return it under warranty. If your retail store doesn't let you do that, talk to View Sonic directly and see if you can RMA your product for returning to the manufacturer and receiving a new or repaired unit.