Monitor not starting up

  Yimbo 14 May 11
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My LG Flatron W2452T is usually left on "stand-by" mode after I've turned off the computer, and on re-booting, it has always started up normally. Recently however, I'm having to switch it off, then on again, before the screen appears.

Does anyone know why this should be?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14 May 11

Try uninstalling and reinstalling the graphics driver

  Yimbo 14 May 11

Thanks Fruit Bat /\0/\ - - That looks difficult (for me, at least).

If it's not too much to ask - how would I go about doing it?

  spuds 14 May 11

What operating system are you using?.

Is the warranty and support still valid on the monitor?.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14 May 11
  Yimbo 14 May 11

Spuds - - My Operating System - - Windaows XP (home) with SP3

Fruit Bat: How do you update graphics drivers? Sorry, but I'm not up to speed with these matters!

  Snrub 14 May 11
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Possibly 'soft start' circuitry on your LG Flatron not responding for whatever reason. Have same set up and had similar problems. Try unplugging and reconnecting both power lead and vga connector in case its a bad contact. Have there been any 'arching' sounds from your power lead on the back of the monitor? A long shot but quick fix if it is this.

  Yimbo 14 May 11

Snrub - - Did what you suggested, and so far that seems to have done the trick!

Thanks for your help!

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