Originally Posted by caomdayn
I just found out from my buddy that he had a windows update that made it start doing weird stuff for him as well. I think the driver is bad or maybe even the dvi cord. I just don't know how to go about manually re installing the driver (Windows 7 is telling me its current) and princeton display's website is horrid I do not see a support area containing drivers.
Yes but as I said before, it could be a corrupt driver. So if it is really from an update which it could well be I suggest doing a restore. A restore point is usually created when Windows is about to do an update (unless it is turned off).
Go into system restore, go back to before it started having problems. This doesn't mean you can't update it, it may have just been a dodge install.
Also after it goes black can you try select the digital option on your monitor. It may be switching to analog which is causing it to go black since their isn't actually any analog input. You can use this to try to make sure that the video BIOS and the display driver both make the same choice between analog and digital display modes.
From what I have read Princeston is no longer in business and are known to have bad support/service and monitors.
Can you also please tell me the model of your graphics card that is connected to the princeston?