Iiyama HM704UTC Problem



  • 1. NSTC conversion to PAL
    I have a new Toshiba Qosmion G15.It's configured for the US and TV tuner is NTSC. Does anyone have any suggestions to convert to Pal as i am in Australia. Gabriella
  • 2. Scratched my LCD
    I have a Hitachi LCD and a light fell off the top of the hutch, and scratch... about half an inch, not very deep though. Is there something I can put on it? Similar to that CD scratch repair goop? Anything...
  • 3. Which Video Card Do I Need?
    Hi All, I just want to say this forum has always been very helpful whenever I need solid advice. Anyway, I am a PC user and want to buy one of those wonderful 20" Widescreen Apple display monitors for graphics. I understand though that a regular VGA card wont be able to connect to this monitor and that I might need a VGA card with some sort of special connection as well as certain specifications. If anyone knows what sort of VGA card I need I would appreciate the info. Also, if you can recommend one that not only will work with an Apple monitor, but also give me good graphics support for working on large 200-300MB image files that would be helpful info as well. I don't need to necessarily buy an expensive all dancing all singing card. I am not going to be doing any gaming or video work so just something that can do some fairly quick pixel resampling on large TIF files should be enough. Maybe 128MB of ram, etc. Thanks again. Marc

Iiyama HM704UTC Problem

Postby Alex » Mon, 20 Dec 2004 06:51:20 GMT


I have this pretty old pentium II 350MHz computer(pc100 mainboard ,an S3
Trio3D videocard,some no-name 4GB harddrive and (blushing here) 32 MB of
RAM) which was enough for my needs.(Win98)
My monitor is a 2 year-old Iiyama HM704UTC.
    Now recently it has started behaving strangely when booting and shutting
No Bios check on the screen and no windows flashscreen and the screen stays
black.In the beginning ,the desktop would sometimes appear after a long 5-10
minutes,now I have to turn the screen's power switch off and on again once
to make my desktop appear.From there on I can work normally.
On shutdown no flashscreen and no "it's save now to shut down" message.When
I made a warm reboot no 'windows is restarting now' either,the desktop
reappeared with or without working the switch.
No problems with other screens!

Last minute development!I just did another warm reboot....!It came back ,but
the whole screen was all shaky and distorted with colour freckles all over
and a some chirping high frequency sound!Pushed the power button again,all
back to normal!

Is this a power problem?Thanks very much for any comment!

Similar Threads:

1.Need advice iiyama VisionMaster Pro monitor problems

I've turned on my PC today to find my iiyama Vision Master Pro 454 monitor
extremely blurred where the PC clock is (I am running Windows), and up and
down the left sides. The text is readable but horrible to read.

This isn't  the first time it has happened. I bough a Vision Master Pro 451
originally, and after many problems and replacements, they upgraded me to a
454 which seemed to solve these problems (purple spots appearing in corners,
screen apparently changing size occasionally)

But this blurry effect also happened to at least one of my 451's. I'm
posting to ask advice about what to do now. Does anyone else have this kind
of experience with iiyama monitors, especially Vision Master Pro's? I spent
a lot of money on this originally, and I am irate at the fact that they are
packing in after a year or two at most. They're very heavy to lug around and
get downstairs in order to get a replacement. So I'm gonna try and get my
money back now cause this keeps happening..

Just hope my warranty isn't up..

2.DVI sync problem at 640x480 with ATI 9000 card and iiyama TFT display

3.Problem with Iiyama CRT monitor

I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, apologies if it isn't.

I have an Iiyama VisionMaster Pro 413 17" monitor, which has just started
playing up.

I haven't had any trouble with the monitor until I switched on the PC this
evening, and found that the screen image was looking rather squashed -
flattened to the point where there were about two clear inches of black
space above and below, and with a convex border on each side.

I thought maybe the monitor had just somehow reset to factory defaults, so I
used the monitor controls to correct the image, but even with the vertical
picture height and zoom at maximum, there's still an inch of black border
above and below the image, so I've had to shrink it horizontally in order
for it not to look distorted.

The problem persists at every resolution I've tried, including during
startup. I'm running Windows XP with SP1 and a GeForce FX5200 graphics card.

Any suggestions, or am I looking at buying a new monitor?


4.iiyama Vision Master Pro 514 (HM204DT) vs Mitsubishi Diamond Pro (2070SB-BK)


Here are two great monitors utilizing the same DiamondTron 22" tube 
but not knowing all the subtleties I'm looking for input on their 
finer differences. The iiyama supports slightly higher refresh rates 
but nothing that I think would make a major qualitative difference. On 
the other hand the Mitsubishi has the NaViSet software that allows you 
to adjust screen settings using your mouse or keyboard.

Can anybody comment on why they might choose one above the other?

Thanks for the help ...

5.Iiyama monitor - tube not gone but no picture

6. iiyama PLB1902S / PLE1902S monitors - any good?

7. Iiyama HA202-DT / Vision Master Pro 512 schematics ?

8. Iiyama 22" Pro513 - Right side "washed out"...

Return to IBM PC


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guest