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Monitor is a HP L1735 it keeps going into power saving mode and the only option after that is to reboot the computer from the mains

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Ok lets try these steps

go to start
go to control panel
go to power options
make sure that everything is on (NEVER) selection
and now hit ok

maybe that will fix it for u

cheers


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