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May be Your Power Button damaged for usiging many days. you can open the casing and check the button link which connect to your monitor circuit. if any leckage or not connected with circuit then wash the button by thinner( not use other chemical like petrol). if not work in spite of do this then change your button.
More likely to have bad caps with bulging top in the power supply, that is the first place to look for the monitor this old, see example of failed monitos due to bad caps: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums Post back what you se sowe help you more.
You shouldnt have to hook both of them up.
turn off the computer and monitor unplug. the power cord to the power supply. leave the monitor hooked to the computer
remove the side panel on the left side of the computer.
look and find the wiring harness from the powersupply to the motherboard and remove it now press the power button on the computer for 1 minute this releasess any (esd) or Electronic Static Discharge. that may have built up over time.
wait for 3 minutes
during this time this will be a good time to blow out any dirt or debris that may be in the inside of the computere
now reinstall the wire harness back to the motherboard and connect everything back up and turn on the computer and then the monitor and see what happnes you should be ok after this ok?
let me know how this goes ok and please dont forget to rate the solutions that i have provided for you
best regards michael
Your monitor settings are not correct or you have a bad monitor cable.
Wide screen settings are sometimes hard to figure when you have a wide screen Westinghouse mntr.
You have tried all common resolutions? 1024 x 768, 1280 x 800, 1280 x 720? I assume your video drivers are the latest?You have tried all common resolutions? 1024 x 768, 1280 x 800, 1280 x 720? I assume your video drivers are the latest?
That monitor is a **** btw! take it back to Best Buy.
No other store sells them that I know of.
Your monitor provides a self-test feature that allows you to check whether your monitor is functioning properly. If your monitor and computer are properly connected but the monitor screen remains dark, run the monitor self-test by performing the following steps:
Turn off both your computer and monitor.
Unplug the video cable from the back of the computer. To ensure proper Self-Test operation, remove both Digital (white connector) and the Analog(blue connector) cables from the back of computer.
Turn on the monitor.
The floating 'Dell Self-test Feature Check' dialog box should appear on-screen on a black background if the monitor cannot sense a video signal and is working correctly. While in self-test mode, the power LED remains green. Also, depending upon the selected input, one of the dialogs shown below will continuously scroll through the screen.
This box also appears during normal system operation if the video cable becomes disconnected or damaged.
Turn off your monitor and reconnect the video cable, then turn on both your computer and the monitor.
If your monitor screen remains blank after you use the previous procedure, check your video controller and computer system; your monitor is functioning properly.