Proview 700P tft/lcd monitor - will only show wallpaper display not any icons or task bar or the mouse arrow after loading - am trying to use it with a Dell latitude laptop as an external monitor - works ok if booted in 'safe' mode but not in normal mode.the XP o/s appears to see it ok and identifies it as plug and play 2nd monitor - any idea's
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Re: proview 700P lcd monitor problem
Your monitor has been enabled as an extended monitor, not a clone.
Easy way to see is open a window, grab it and drag it to the other monitor (drag it right, not left). Just remember even if you have the external monitor on your left side, it is really on the right side according to the computer.
Check the display properties for a clone option if you want both to show the same thing.
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you can download it from a website called driver guide. I have downloaded it and confirmed no viruses and to be the proper driver.
Click here for the proview 700p driver
if you need further assistance please let me know, Thanks-Midwest-tek
That's the buttonsd on the monitor, not the PC.
Press the [menu] button on th emonitor.
The screen will show the labels of the buttons now.
press the "arrow" to position to the brightness setting (the "sun" icon)
press the minus [-] button to dim
Press [Menu] to save & exit the OSD (on screen Display)
Try changing out all of the capacitors on the power/inverter board first.
You probably do not have to change the large main one, Just the other ones.
It sounds like you have voltage but your amperage is not there. the 11.7 should probably be closer to 12.
You do NOT need a driver. Your monitor is broken. The high voltage power supply that provides power to light the CCFL cold cathode fluorescent lights is broken. The most common problem is that the 470uF 25V capacitors on the power supply circuit board are bad. Bad Caps have a swollen and sometimes leaky top. There are 6 capacitors that cost about 50 cents apiece from www.partsexpress.com . Buy high temperature replacement capacitors rated at 105C. If you can't de-solder and resolder have some 14 year old kid do it for you.