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Flatron w2254tq power saving mode - LG W2254TQ 22 inch LCD Monitor

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SOURCE: LG Flatron LCD Power Saving Mode

Well thats seems tricky does it not come on at all when you boot the computer. If the screen is working then it should work to display the Start up screen. If it does then keep pressing Delete until the BIOS comes up- then search the pages for power saving and slect to OFF

Posted on May 26, 2007

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SOURCE: power saving mode on screen when I turn computer on

if you are using dvi connector, change to vga connector

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

rajeish
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SOURCE: Power saving mode

Prevent the laptop/desktop monitor from going to power saving mode:

  • Click on Start | Control Panel | Power Options.
  • In the Power Option properties window, click on the Power Schemes Tab
  • Set the Turn off Monitor/ Turn off Hard Disks option when on Power (and also Battery for laptop users) to Never.
  • Now click on the Save as... button and assign a name to this power scheme... Let us call it 'Presentation' and then click on OK.
  • That's it congrats!
  • Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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    SOURCE: after starting, my monitor displays "power saving mode".

    Go into the menu and reset the monitor to factory defaults.

    Posted on Aug 28, 2009

    ViscamTech
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    SOURCE: When I booth it says 'power save' and turn black

    This is not a problem with the monitor, but with the VGA card. Replace it and check.

    Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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