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Monitor will not boot up stays in sleep mode

When i boot up system moniter will come on it stays in sleep mode. Indicates not recieving signal. New cable and new moniter to no avail.

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Hello,

Is your pc got beeps, if yes then try to remove and clean the memory and also the video card if it is add on card. and then insert it again test. if encounter still the same error then try to replace the memory.

please tell me more if ever what you encounter about the issues.

may this help,

melnavz

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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Do you have another monitor to test on this computer?

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S1 (Sleep). The CPU is stopped; The RAM is regenerated; the system functions in reduced power.

S2 (Sleep 2) The CPU does not have any power; The RAM is regenerated; the system is in lower mode of the S1.

S3 (Standby) The CPU does not have any power; The RAM regenerates at minimum; the power supply unit is in mode of reduced power. This mode is also called “Save to RAM”.

S4 (Hibernate). All is powered off, but the memory was saved like temporary file on the hard drive. This mode is called “Save to disk”.

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