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Originally Posted by CorporalAris View Post
I think you missed what I said. THE SAME THING HAPPENED to my dad's. The FAQs said if this happens IT MEANS THE PSU IS DEAD. I'm not just posting random crap. If you don't want to listen, fine.
Lol calm down man

He is just trying to cling onto the hope that the monitor isn't dead. Nothing wrong with a little hope

Yea, like i said this is the exact same thing that happened to my uncles laptop also. He had to replace the laptop. Slightly different circumstances i know.
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I think you missed what I said. THE SAME THING HAPPENED to my dad's. The FAQs said if this happens IT MEANS THE PSU IS DEAD. I'm not just posting random crap. If you don't want to listen, fine.
im only sayin i dont think its a power problem because it powers up fine! and it will also display stuff for 2 seconds, also when the g-card gives out new displays such as...when it changes from bios to mem reading into vista it will display each page for 2 seconds and then flick off but the blue light which tells you that there is power to the monitor stays on...do you still think it is psu?
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post #13 of 47
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Lol calm down man

He is just trying to cling onto the hope that the monitor isn't dead. Nothing wrong with a little hope

Yea, like i said this is the exact same thing that happened to my uncles laptop also. He had to replace the laptop. Slightly different circumstances i know.
well it is a free monitor but i really like it as it has one of those glass screens and the display looks really nice! altho i can only see it for 2 seconds lol..

any input on things i can try is greatly appreciated
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post #14 of 47
My dads screen would power up for a few seconds, then shut off. It would go into standby mode, so the little blue light would turn on and off, but that was it. It sounds exactly like the same thing.
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My dads screen would power up for a few seconds, then shut off. It would go into standby mode, so the little blue light would turn on and off, but that was it. It sounds exactly like the same thing.
ok so if it is the psu, where can i get one and are they hard to fit?
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post #16 of 47
I suppose you could email the manufacturer and see if they have any easy solutions. It could be a case were it is cheaper to replace a monitor rather than repair it In that case you may as well throw it away.
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post #17 of 47
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im only sayin i dont think its a power problem because it powers up fine! and it will also display stuff for 2 seconds, also when the g-card gives out new displays such as...when it changes from bios to mem reading into vista it will display each page for 2 seconds and then flick off but the blue light which tells you that there is power to the monitor stays on...do you still think it is psu?
i powers up. then powers down

I second the power issue.


unless you can get your hands on a new video cable, im not sure what there is to be done
    
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post #18 of 47
it sounds like something is getting overheated or something...try leaving it plugged in for a min while you twist and bend the cable...try not to twist to hard on the connector though dont want you braking your gpu. if it comes back on when you are twisting it then its a small short and you need to replace the cable. other then that it could be some kind of internal problem that you cant really fix alone...if you touch the wrong thing inside a monitor you can DIE. at least look up how to discharge the caps. if you plan on busting it open. also you might want to google your problem and see if anyone has had the same problem with that monitor model.
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post #19 of 47
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some good advice here guys ill try the manufacturer now
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post #20 of 47
Just lok at the psu that you have now it prob says something like 12 vd @ 4 A so prob any 12 4A psu will work you get what im sayin
    
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