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Monitor shuts down unexpectedly, can't bring it back up

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  • pchav Sep 15, 2008

    well, right now, the option is to never turn off...is there another problem?

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Please verify your monitor screen saver options.there u can find power button.by selecting that button u need to change turn off monitor option into never.then your monitor never shuts down unexpectedly.

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