Question about Dell Optiplex 755 Desktop Desktop Computer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power save mode
Yes, you arent getting a signal to your monitor from your video card. Try replacing. If its onboard then the Mainboard may be bad. These machines are known by Dell to go bad and is covered under warranty, provided you still have it.
The message you are getting is coming from the monitor, not the P.C.
Its telling you you it went into power save since its not getting a video signal from the P.C. Check connections as well.
If your using any kind of splitter, remove it and connect monitor directly to P.C. to be sure.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Go into control panel and look for Power options icon. CLick it and change your power options to "always on" or performance mode...its one of those options.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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