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Monitor gives recomended settings then puts itself in sleep mode.I cant even get the computer to go into safe mode.

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Your computer is in hibernate mode.

Start up your computer and do this

Start >> Control Panel >> Power Options

Select the tab "Hiberbate" >> Uncheck hibernate mode

Also you can adjust there your power setting and monitor settings

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If this allows you to start,

Click start,Run type desk.cpl
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