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Hi all.

I have an acer 24'' lcd monitor. It displays the picture fine, however, after a few minutes, a grey no signal box appears in the middle of the screen. The weird thing is, is that there is that there is still a picture being displayed while it is telling me there is no signal. After about a minute of displaying no signal, the monitor turns black, then returns to normal. Again, after a few minutes, no signal pops up, and this repeats. If i try to play a game i also get the no signal thing to pop up. If i press the menu button on the monitor, and let it turn off automatically, then the no signal screen never pops up until i turn the monitor off and on again, or change resolution. However, it still pops up when i try to play games, so it's really becoming an annoyance. The monitor also takes abnormally logn to turn on, about a minute to turn on, during which time it will repeatedly show the word acer fading in and out until it finally turns on. Any idea what's wrong here? Thanks
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I would disconnect the monitor and then reconnect it.

If the problem still continues then I think you need to use your warranty. I seems the monitor has a problem.
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