|2005FPW Manual |
Monitor Specific Troubleshooting (English)
I see nothing in that that mentions the whining. The whining can indicate a problem with the monitor OR the computer you have it connected to.
Your video symptoms - "...it goes black and the green light that shows the number of the input and power light both stay green and start flasing."
"....Now if i stop all power let it rest all night with no power to it turn it back on it works fine "
can be caused by either a faulty monitor or a faulty computer, since both the monitor and the computer would have cooled to room temp. The blinking green led or number or letter a lot more likely indicates the monitor is receiving no video signal, rather than it indicates the monitor is faulty and not displaying the video because the monitor is faulty.
"...if it goes into sleep mode and i wake it back up even if only a second it does it again"
That can merely be because you don't have the main chipset drivers and info included with them loaded for the computer's mboard in Windows. The info about the main chipset is needed in order for Windows to know how the main chipset / the mboard supports ACPI features - including Standby, Hibernate, Restart, wake up features in the bios, etc, etc. .
Try the monitor with a different computer.
If you get the same symptoms with a different computer, your monitor is faulty.
If you DO NOT get the same symptoms with a different computer, then the problem is with your computer.