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Blinking Monitor

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8y, 6d agoPosted 8 years, 6 days ago
Anyone got any ideas as to why my monitor goes off and on, it wil do it 3 or 4 times at about half a second intervals, then settles, it happens every time I turn my printer on, plug in things via USB even conecting to my router.

Its begining to get on my nerves now, Its not a virus as far as Live One Care is concerned

Thanx ppl
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8y, 6d agoPosted 8 years, 6 days ago
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#1
The PC probably cannot feed enough power to the things you have plugged in. You are best buying a powered USB hub instead of plugging all the USB stuff into the PC itself.
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Predikuesi;3609125
The PC probably cannot feed enough power to the things you have plugged in. You are best buying a powered USB hub instead of plugging all the USB stuff into the PC itself.

Hmmm, I've not put anything new in, just the same things as probably for the last year , but its a thought that maybe the power is going, I will try unplugging stuff thanx :thumbsup:
#3
Yeah,Could be your PSU is struggling .what graphics card ya using ?
#4
tonyg1962;3609334
Yeah,Could be your PSU is struggling .what graphics card ya using ?

nvidia ummm Geforce 6200 Turbocache, the pc is 4 yrs old now ish lol

Even when I went into the control panel it blinked off once, grrr
#5
is it nervous??
#6
acecatcher3;3609428
is it nervous??

It Better be, I'm not known for my patience and there's a river just out the back of the house:viking:
#7
This may sound daft but have you tried opening it up recently and blowing the dust out from the graphics card and processor,Could be caused by heat build up,
Tony
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tonyg1962;3611398
This may sound daft but have you tried opening it up recently and blowing the dust out from the graphics card and processor,Could be caused by heat build up,
Tony

Yup, thanx Tony did it bout 4 weeks ago, it even does it when I open some apps, almost like it's refreshing itself :?
Might be an excuse to get that new pc I want :whistling: LoL

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