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Does this "flashing"...does it only occur when you first boot the system?
Does it ever occur when you are running a program, on the Internet, etc.?
Posted 18 June 2008 - 01:18 PM
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Posted 19 June 2008 - 03:25 PM
The obvious answer (in part) to your questions...if you deem yourself capable of determining what is wrong with the monitor...and you are used to working around electronics...then maybe you can repair whatever is wrong yourself.
...and I suppose it depends if it is a CRT (I still use these) or a digital/LCD type.
No one HAS to buy computers or related parts, that's a personal decision.
Generally speaking...the price of computer parts and components has dropped so significantly...that it often is not cost-advantageous to repair certain items. Combined with the fact that such repairs do not guarantee a recurrence or development of new issues...I would never advise anyone to have a monitor repaired, considering the price of new ones and warranties accompanying such.
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