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  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    Same problem, the second I turn the monitor on it says it's going to sleep, turns black, then nothing. I've tried totally disconnecting it, or starting it when it's connected to power but not the computer. If I disconnect from the computer it says to check the video cable, so I know it's getting SOMETHING, but then it goes to sleep after about 5 seconds. I can't pull up the monitor menu by pushing the button.

  • davidwell45 Apr 14, 2009

    I have the same problem but you can't go to the control panel because thr monitor won't come on for me to see where I at it turns on and gooes to sleep and you can't get it back on so if it don't wake up what can you do?

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    Your solution does not help us because we are unable to see ANYTHING on screen, thus rendering incabable of clicking the START button and so on...got anything else for us?

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Well Pebbles lets try this and see. Click on your start button down there, then go to Control Panel and Click that.When Control Panel opens Click on Appearance & Themes, Click on Display and then Screen Saver tab. Down at the bottom is the Monitor Power button, Click that. Now there are tabs at the top, go to the Hibernate Tab and Click that, Now Clear the Hibernation Box, now go back up to the tabs and go to Advanced Tab and clear both option boxes. Okay now go to the Power Schemes Tab and clicik the blue arrow, scroll up and down till you see the never box and Click it, Make sure that it is Marked. Now your Monitor will never turn off until you turn it off on the Monitor itself. Now do the same thing for the Hard Disk Turn off, Click Never. And now your at System Standby, Click Never also. Click OK, and now your back at Display Properties. Here you can change your Screen Saver or Desk Top Background if you want to. Click OK when your done and your Done. Let me know if that helped and don't forget to rate my help, Good or Bad. Good Luck.

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