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You could put it in to recovery mode these are the steps
Turn off your device. If you can't turn it off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time and wait a few seconds for it to turn off.
Plug the device's USB cable into your computer only.
Hold down the device's Home button as you connect the USB cable to it.
When you see the Connect to iTunes screen, release the Home button. If you don't see this screen, try steps 1 through 3 one more time.
keep in mind this erases all you're data unless you have backed-up it upped. last step is to restore your iphone whit itunes.
And if you've changed you're mind about going into recovery just restart your iphone to cancel the process.
So it's your screen that is coming back on after you press the power button to put it into sleep mode (not all the way off)? Flashing to the new firmware made this issue even worse. I would try a full reset. Back up apps and follow the procedure for resetting the device (press the hole at the top with a paper clip don't use a mechanical pencil...). Other than this I would reflash or flash to a new rom it seems like you have a defect not a software issue. Flashing to the the updated rom should've fixed any problem that was software based not made it worse. It seems like there is a connection loose and it's triggering the device to wake up from sleep mode. If you feel like you have it in you, you can pull the device apart and try securing all connections but this is not recommended.
If there was something wrong with the monitor itself it wouldn't go to sleep it would just turn off. It sounds to be as if there is an issue with the signal going to the monitor itself, try restarting your PC and ensure that the connection on the back of the monitor and the connection on the back of your PC are secure.
You may please keep in mind that iPhone battery may drain instead of charge if iPhone is connected to a computer that's turned off or is in sleep or standby mode. If you charge the battery while syncing or using iPhone, it may take longer to charge. About not showing the charging icon, please try resetting the phone by pressing the Sleep/Wake Button and the Home Button both simultaneously after which the phone restarts after some time with apple logo on the screen. -- MS Ramakrishna
Setting the Sleep Mode reduces power consumption while the machine is idle.
You can choose how long the FAX/MFC is idle (from 00 to 99 minutes) before
it drops into sleep mode. The timer automatically resets itself after the machine
receives a fax or PC data or makes a copy. The default setting is 0 minutes.
1 Press Menu/Set, 1, 7.
2 Use the Dial pad to enter the length of
time the machine is idle before it drops into sleep mode (00 to 99 minutes),
and then press Menu/Set.
3 Press Stop/Exit.
Ok. I think "sleep mode" means that your monitor might not have a tight connection. Tighten all connections. Also, push the power button on your tower. When you gegt back, go to screensaver- power settings- and from there you can adjust.
One possibility is if you have an optical/laser mouse that is on a relective surface and the mouse light is reflecting and triggering the computer to think that there is activity.
More than likely, your network card is keeping your computer from staying in sleep mode as any internet data activity is taking the computer out of sleep mode making the computer think there is activity.
There is an option in the Network Adapter properties that says to "Allow this device to wake up your computer"
Go to Control Panel and click Classic View on the left hand side
Double Click the Network and Sharing Centre Icon.
On the left hand side of the window that opens, click Manage Network Connections.
Right Click on the connected Network Connection. It is probably the Local Area Connection. Right click on it and choose Properties
A new box will open up. Click the Configure button under the Connect Using: box
Click the last tab at the top that says Power Management.
Under the Power Management tab click the square box that is beside: Allow this Device to Wake the Computer to take the checkmark out of the box. Then Click OK at the botton and close all the windows.
Let the computer go into Sleep mode and see if the computer still comes out of sleep mode on its own.