Monitor keeps turning on and off

June 28, 2009 at 02:34:28
Specs: Windows Vista
A few days ago my monitor started making some buzzing noises, but everything was alright and it even stopped, but when the monitor went asleep and I tried to wake it up it would come back on for like 2 secs then go pitch black again, and then it would come back on for 2 secs (this during windows vista loading) and finally when it get's to the sign on page it stays pitch black. now I can turn the monitor off and on and the picture will come back on then off again.

Now I would turn my pc off and on and it would continue to do this, but sometimes the monitor will work perfectly til it goes asleep again, and then I have to start turning the pc off and on to get it work.

the other day I was messing with the brightness set it all the way done to like 50somthing and the buzzing starting again, and it went pitch black, and then I would turn the brightness back up to 87 and the picture would work again, until it went asleep FFS.

and just nolw I changed the refresh rate from 60hrtz to 75 and it stayed on???

so is going with my monitor is dieing on me, did I do screw up the controls (brightness,contrast?)

any info would be appreciated.

product I-inc TW191D

*edit* I must note when I say turn on and off I don't mean the power, just the screen goes on and off.

but when I power my PC down the power button goes on and off though.

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July 9, 2009 at 10:41:45
Well I'm having the exact same problem. My monitor never buzzed or anything. It started only flashing once or twice at start up or coming out of hibernation. Now it will go on for a minute or more sometimes. Today it even kept flashing after I shut the computer off and it wouldn't let me shut the monitor off. Would like to figure out whats doing this. I'm on windows 7 and its model VX924. I reinstalled new video drivers, but seeing it kept doing it after I completely shut my computer off its obviously something with the monitor.

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