Asked by fyost1950 7 years ago
I am trying to make the monitor into a digital frame without a lot of work ?
I have a lenovo 3000h series desktop..the cpu has gone bad ...how ever the monitor is still intact ...i have a problem.. the monitor takes power thru the smps (pic shown ) thru the gray cable attached from the monitor ...i wish to use the monitor as a stand alone ....plz help ...
Asked by dark_angel000 8 years ago
MY VGA CABLE OF HP 7650 CRT GOT SPOILT. NOW I HAVE ANOTHER VGA CABLE FROM A DEAD MONITOR BUT THE INSIDE PIN CONFIGURATION CANNOT MATCH. IS IT POSSIBLE TO CUT THE WIRES AND LOOP THEM DIRECTLY TO THE FITTING PIN HEAD OF THE SPOILT VGA CABLE?
Asked by mauricewarebee 7 years ago
I have a samsung S27A350H 27" 1080p TN Monitor which for a long time has worked just fine, permanently plugged into the HDMI of my old desktop. However I now have a better laptop which replaced the desktop, but I find that the monitor occasionally will not display a picture when plugged into my computer. I have nvidia display output settings set to output 1920*1080, 60p, with full (not limited) 8 bit colorspace. I do not know the settings of the HDMI output. I find that if I close my laptop lid, W10 goes into either a sleep or hibernate mode, and stops providing a signal to the monitor. If I wake windows again, the monitor will not display anything. Windows appears to detect the monitor fine and extend my desktop as it should when this monitor is detected. However the monitor appears to bounce between looking for a "digital" and "analog" source (HDMI and VGA respectively) Unplugging and replugging the HDMI connector has no effect. Windows detects the monitor fine, monitor does not. Changing the output resolution, frame rate, and colorspace does not appear to change this behavior. The monitor requires a deep power-cycle. Powering it off for several minutes (supposedly to allow charge to bleed away from internal capacitors.) usually (but not always) temporarily fixes the issue. The length of time needing to be unplugged seems to vary between seconds and days. When the monitor enters this nonfunctional state, no HDMI signal is detected. (tested by replacing my computer HDMI source with a raspberry pi. I did not go so far as to adjust the HDMI output settings of the Pi by editing the config file, but the settings were previously changed to optimize the picture quality with this particular monitor in the past anyway. This monitor appears to have a simalar issue with the VGA adaptor. However fixing it is generally a matter of unplugging the VGA and plugging it back in again, or opening up the display settings on W10. Online sources appear to suggest that a firmware bug in the monitor is the culprit, and the only way to fix the monitor is to connect the monitor via VGA and use the samsung firmware tool for this monitor to update / reflash the firmware,the explanation being that a bug in the firmware causes it to overwrite parts of itself, corrupting itself as a result. However the executable provided by Samsung immediately crashes after a successful installation of it and the driver when clicking to reflash the firmware in the software. I found no information regarding the error message that appears. (note my current and only laptop does not have a VGA output. Not sure if this is the reason it crashes, the error message does not give much detail. ---- When I first received this (supposedly broken) monitor from my uncle for free, I found that it was under the warranty period and the problem at the time was that it would not display VGA or HDMI signals. Samsung offered to repair the monitor under it's warranty, and since, it has worked fine, being connected to my main computer permanently. I suspect the problem then is the same one manifesting now.
Asked by -max- 4 months ago
am using my monitor as a TV but it goes off after few minutes while my TV combo is still talking please advice?
I recently bought an LCD monitor to use as my TV together with a TV combo, did my connections and it has good reception the problem is that it keeps going off after some few minutes and i have to change channels on my TV combo so as shows again please advice
I have an old laptop samsung s600 i want to convert it to become lcd monitor for dvd. how can i convert it?
Asked by capacitor 8 years ago
I have a samtel crt monitor it is in working condition. I want to buy a lcd monitor. What can I do with the old monitor
Asked by SAJAMEEL 8 years ago
I disassembled my old hp printer and I got this monitor. you think it is usable in any way?
Asked by cepi85 4 years ago
I am looking to make this but I don't have a laptop readily available and before buying one, I do have a extra monitor lying around, will this work instead of a laptop monitor? The model number on the screen is M200O1-L03 I found control board but it is for M200O1-L01. will this work for it?
Asked by AndyK33 1 year ago
I have a nice 22" LCD monitor here, its a SCEPTRE X22WG-1080P, the monitor originally wouldn't get any signal at all. After opening it up & blowing it out, reseating all connections the monitor will turn on now, but it simply won't respond to anything. It flashes white, red, blue, green, black, etc in a repeating fashion. Anyone have a clue to what the problem is & maybe an instructable to fix it? Thanks!
Posted by zefyx 9 years ago
It would be great if it is, because I have 2 or 3 around and want to make the electric levitation device.
Asked by XOIIO 8 years ago
HP Pavilion f1503 desktop LCD Flat monitor turns on for about 2 seconds then turns off, what do I sauder?
HP Pavilion f1503 desktop LCD Flat monitor turns on for about 2 seconds then turns off, what do I solder?
Asked by miguelangel 8 years ago
I have a 12v 1amp monitor 7" screen that is connected to a small transformer 110 ac, can I use a 12 v Answered
I want to use this monitor with a 12v battery 4amps will this work if i hook it up??? if not what do i need to do to get it to work properly?
Asked by captainlee 6 years ago
So i've disasemble my lcd monitor and builded a new frame for it, the back of the lcd is in metal and there are two pcb's attached to it so i was wondering if I needed to add some material to isolate the component from the metal plate behind the monitor? Usually the pcb's are mounted on a plate to it won't touch the monitor directly. Thanks
Asked by bluepills 8 years ago
Hello, So for my application, i need to have a circuit that can monitor the input voltage until it reach 5V (usually from 0V ) then switch on and allow the 5V to flow into another circuit. The problem is i have no idea where to start. Can anyone help me ? Thank you very much
Posted by ChuongV1 7 months ago
On light just flashes after computer boots up, will not come on!
Asked by Rustydog45 9 years ago
I have to sit sometimes and stand sometimes to use my desktop computer. I use an old, heavy, jumbo-sized CRT type monitor which has a space-saving stand on its top for my printer. Currently, when I stand, I raise the mouse on a box and elevate the keyboard on a piece of foam and I peer downward to look at the monitor. This is not always a good way to see everything on the monitor. What kind of simple elevating/lowering platform could be constructed so that the monitor can be raised to be level with my head when I stand and lowered when I sit in front of it? I suppose some electrically powered or non-electrical hand-cranked platform would be fine. Remember: both the motor, hardware and platform have to be able to lift, lower, and support a heavy CRT monitor which has a plastic platform holding a printer above the monitor. [Due to severe space limitatons where I live in my ultra-tiny apartment, I can't really use a shelf to hold up the monitor when I stand, and besides, it would be a pain in the neck to frequently lift/lower and set in place the monitor on either the shelf or on the desktop.] Thanks
Posted by blm7 6 years ago
I have an arcade cabinet that is jamma wired with a 25"monitor and working power supply set to 5 volts.the pcb is an icade 60 in 1.how do i connect everything?i have little experience in this field but im willing to learn so please have patience.thank you
Asked by phill2 8 years ago
Hi everybody! As the topic suggests really i was wondering if this can be be done. In particular so that they could be fitted in to a car for a dvd player. It seems as though it should be possible but i was wondering if anyone had tried it?
Posted by matt_the_fat 9 years ago
I've got a 19 inch flat screen crt monitor hooked up to my mac. And when I play my music really loud, the image almost shakes like it would if I had the stereo hooked up to the power bar with it like it used to be. The stereo is on it's own breaker right now, but is it doing that from the actual vibration of the picture tube or is it dieing on me?
Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago
Asked by dark_angel000 8 years ago
Hi all, I am working on a project to create my own portable usb monitor (eg. ltn101nt02) and a LCD controller board. However, the controller board requires a 12v power input with more than 2A. I am thinking of using a boost converter but I'm not sure if it will work. Also, with the USB as power input, can it still work as a screen input for my monitor? Can anyone advise if i can modify the board such that I can use a USB for both power input and screen input? Thanks!
Posted by wzlee1 5 months ago
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE DIAGNOSE THIS STUPID PROBLEM! I HAVE TWO MONITORS CONNECTED BOTH VGA PORTS WORK BOTH MONITORS WORK I LIKE LEMONS I HAVE TRIED BOTH MONITORS PLUGGED INTO THE VGA PORTS CLICK THE LINK TO SEE THE VIDEO YOUR BAKED ALASKA IS GOOD YOU CAN SEE MY PC SPECS IN THE DESCRIPTION FOR THE VIDEO MY THROAT IS SORE The End. Link to vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr5NHbtZpF4
Posted by Millawi Legend 7 years ago
My LCD computer monitor normally runs on 240v (Australia) but it was running during a power “brown out”, so is it maybe passable to run it from 12v without opening it (Imeen power it via its mains power cable)? Or would a standard inverter work? And what kind would I need? Power info from back 100-240v~ 1.2A
Asked by BlueSuneLIght 7 years ago
I've got Windows 7 and I am running 2 monitors. Is there a way that I can make only one of them go to sleep? One is a 50" Plasma and the other a 20" LCD. I love to watch movies on the 50" and the 20" can be quite overwhelming due to how bright it is. If you are wondering why I don't just hit the power button, well... it's 8 feet away.
Asked by redstarsrbija 7 years ago
This would be very similar to a baby monitor. Is there a way to transmit the signal from outside to inside the house?
Asked by Petie 7 years ago
I have a very large and very nice silicon graphics monitor, but the screen marks very easily. It's coated in something purple that I assume is some sort of anti-reflective coating. Basicly the problems are that pretty much anything that touches will mark it and the marks are occasionally difficult to remove. Cleaning it also leaves smear marks that can only really be removed by rubbing the screen quite hard with a cloth and crap just seem to collect around the edges. I've tried water/soap/petrol/alcohol and pretty much anything else i can get my hands on but nothing seems to work. Any tips?
Posted by pyper 9 years ago
why does my monitor go strange nearly everytime i visit instructables? it stays like it until i shut my computer down!
Often when i visit i get a strange screen . look at the pics they are screen prints! also the old uploader never finished loading! the new uploader said 413 the request was rejected because its size (11797603) exceeds the configured maximum (10485760) i try jpeg will that work?
Posted by 12V 8 years ago
Hi guys.! I want to make multi monitor display. My idea is to disassemble 6, 19 inch HP 1940 square monitor (resolution 1280x1024). And to join there panels at a glass surface like the image below I will manage the panel with glass and aluminium frame. The question is how i will manage there video signal input. Because my GPU have only 4 display ports in it. Waiting for suggestions . Thnks
Asked by assassin.abdul 4 years ago
Asked by umpahpah 8 years ago
Found this in my local Fred Meyer parking lot. No one was around to claim it (this was close to closing hour), so I picked it up, knowing I could do something with it, but now not sure what. I can recycle it, and if I do, I'll be removing the enamel-coated wire around the tube, but I wanted to see if anyone here has other ideas
Asked by DiamondBack 8 years ago
I'd like to reuse the lcd screen from a very dead Dell Inspiron laptop(14"screen) as a remote monitor (wired) for my netbook. I guess what I need is a schematic for the screen leads and to create a power cable and a 15 pin moniter cable. Anyone ever tried this ? Al
Asked by pilotal 6 years ago