Question about Hyundai Electronics ImageQuest N71S 17" LCD Monitor
I was given this monitor for free because it was "broke"... the monitor will turn on and looks fine but it won't stay on. it will switch off (sound and screen) and won't come back on unless i unplug it and plug it back in.
This monitor is sensing information from your computer regarding the configuration. The computer is trying to do the same thing. First, boot the computer in safe mode. This will set the output of the computer to VGA specs. The monitor should work with this spec. If not, then check your connections and try to reset the monitor to factory specs.
This monitor has only a limited number of resolutions and refresh frequencies that it supports. Be sure that your computer is configured to one of these standards.
Beyond that, try on another system, if possible. If it works there, it could be your video card is not compatible with the monitor/monitor not compatible with video card. I had someone give me one of these and it works perfectly. I tried other resolutions and the problem with it shutting down shows up.
Solution: run 1024 x 768 at first, then try to switch to 1280 x 1024.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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