Question about LG Flatron L1951S 19" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
I have a flatiron monitor that is attached to my laptop. It was working fine; after I was away for two weeks, monitor starts into windows but then immediately goes into power saving mode and image defaults to my laptop screen.
I have an LG W2261V, and an old Sharp LL-T19D1-H. The PC runs both just fine, and the PSU has plenty of power. Unfortunately the LG handles power save mode very differently, where the LG would not switch on after entering this mode unless reset (unplugged, PC rebooted, etc). Extremely frustrating, as the old Sharp never had any problems exiting its own power save mode. The LG would enter this mode based on the monitor power settings (in whatever power scheme you are using) in the screensaver tab in display properties. I fixed this by selecting "Never" for "the Turn off monitor" property. I guess this is a warning to those who may wish to buy a new LG monitor, but want to use a power scheme to turn off the monitor.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I had the same problem on LG monitor too. the problem started when I accidentally bump my computer's desk. i can not see anything on my monitor because my monitor went automatically into power saving mode and i can not fix the problem with the keyboard or mouse because i don't have any PS2 on my CPU. WHen I try to open my CPU there will be this beep sound twice. So I try to check and reinstalled the memory and the VGA card and it miraculously make my computer active again. I hope my experience will be useful to the others.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
It's an LCD so the problem is most likely the back-light inverter board. Take a flashlight and shine it directly into the screen from the front. Can you see the image on the screen now? If the image is there but you can't see it without the flashlight than the inverter board needs to be replaced. This is a VERY common problem. Good Luck and let me know what happens, His Dudeness
Posted on Jan 21, 2015
When it have this kind of error is a problem of the powerboard.
Anyway you must open it and look at the all capacitors and if are them inflated, if them are inflated must change them.
But can be a problem with inverters... control the transistors - MOSFET on the powerboard.
Posted on Oct 04, 2014
My samsung 19" Syncmaster 920NW monitor is connected to analog port in my hp pavilion laptop.After the windows xp logo and loading,the monitor screen goes blank and the power LED blinks.The display functions normally on booting up in VGA mode (640X480).It functions normally on safe mode (800X600).In the normal mode,the screen goes blank and the power LED flashes.But, the laptop,main LCD panel shows alright.The display adapter is Nvidia GEFOECS GS 7600.What could be the poblem.
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
1. Battery in the mother board is dead.
2. Driver is bad.
3. Video Cable is bad
4. Video Card is bad
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
Check the display settings of your video card. This can be done by right clicking on the desktop and selecting properties. Then go to the settings button and clicking advanced. All video cards are different, but there should be a tab there that will allow you to configure how you want to monitor to be utilized (mirror of laptop screen or extenstion of laptop screen). Often times, laptops have a button to toggle between modes (Example, DEll is Fn F8).
Posted on Oct 02, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Laptops often have a function key which switches from laptop only, external monitor only, laptop & external. One of the top number keys, along with the function (fn for short) must be pressed simultaneously to step through these.
Where these keys are at, may differ from laptop to laptop.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
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Sleep mode on a Windows 7 PC saves power without you having to turn your computer off and without losing any work.
This option cuts the power to your monitor, powers down the hard drive and pauses all functions until you awaken the computer from hibernation.
Whether you have a laptop, desktop or workstation, putting your computer into sleep mode will lower your electric bill and save money!
Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your desktop. In the lower right corner of the Start menu, next to the "Shut Down" button, is a button labeled with a small, right-pointing arrow. Mouse over the arrow.
The Shut Down menu appears.
Point at "Sleep" and click on this option.
Your Windows 7 computer goes into sleep mode.
Wake your computer from sleep mode by jiggling the mouse.
There may be a delay of a few seconds before your hardware powers on.
All of your open programs are still open and your work is intact, just as you left it before the computer entered sleep mode.
Configure your Windows 7 PC to go into sleep mode automatically when it is not used for a certain amount of time.
Click "Start" and select "Control Panel." Click "System and Security."
Click "Power Options."
A menu opens.
Click on "Choose when the computer sleeps" and select the number of minutes of inactivity. You can also set a separate time interval to put your monitor into sleep mode.
If you set both to 10 minutes, then your PC and monitor will automatically go into sleep mode after 10 minutes of inactivity
Your Computer in sleep mode
First, save all of your work. Information in computer memory is not saved while your computer is on standby.
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel, then Power Management.
Click Standby Beside When I Push the Power Button.
Push the Power button.
Automatically Putting Your Computer on Standby
Save all work before leaving your computer.
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel.
Double-click Power Management.
Set the times that you want your system to go on standby, to shut off the monitor and to shut off the hard disks.
Click OK. Your computer will go on standby according to the schedule you have entered.
Putting Your Computer in Hibernation
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel.
Double-click Power Settings.
Click on the Advanced tab.
At the When I Push the Power Button On My Computer screen, click Hibernate.
Click the Power button.
Hope this helps.
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