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MONITOR DISPLAYS THAT IT IS GOING TO SLEEP AND THEN THE MONITOR SHUTS OFF AND THEN COMES BACK ON AND IT REPEATS THE SAME THING

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It clearly shows that it is a problem with your monitor and there is a need u change it at the earliest .........however before changing the monitor if u still want to be doiubly sure attach the monitor with another cpu ...........this wud confrm da problem ..............hope this solution wud help u ,...........

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Could be a problem with the power socket of your monitor.

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