Question about LG Flatron L1951S-SN 19" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
When I plug in and switch on my monitor all the screen displays is a message that reads "Analog Power Saving Mode". How do I get rid of this and just get it to work normally again?? Please help.
Hi, the reason couse you get this error is couse you have both the Analog and the digital cable connected between your new screen and computer, remove the Analog cable (often the blue one on LG screens) and only use the Digital (Black one often on LG) and your computer should be fine.
LG have big problems with their Analog cables if you ask me, they never worked with my computer.
Try remove the Analog cable and tell me if this worked for you.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
PC stuck in "analog power saving mode"
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
When my computer tries to boot up, the monitor remains blank. The monitor works on another computer, the power supply has been swapped with a working one, and failing any solution, the motherboard has been replaced. Nothing makes any difference.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
My video solution
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
I found an adaptor in one of my boxes, attatched it to one end of the blue cord. plugged that one in one of the input attatchments on the bottom of my comp, turned off the pc, turned it back on, and poof. works.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
I have the same problem, its turns off & says analog power saving mode. Solution: just change the new cable analog. It is because one of the connector inside cable maybe broken. So far so good, I had no problem anymore. Hopefully this will help you all. 30/12/08, 9.30pm
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
I had the same problem.It happened after I downloaded service pack 3.I had to start my computer in safe mode and remove service pack 3.So far so good.Needless to say , I won't be taking the service pack 3 update again.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
1.Right click on the Desktop and choose "Graphic properties"
2. Choose the option "Display Devices"
3. If you see "single Display" then change to "Multiple Display.
Choose Notebook as primary Device
Choose Monitor as Secondary Device.
I had the same problem and that's how I resolved it.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
I had the same issue. Checked out LG website, did a live chat with tech. They made sure it was a power saving option on my computer. They are sending a new monitor since I was still under warranty. Didn't give me a hard time..seemed pretty used to the issue.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
I had the same problem and I tried the following that did not work:
1. adjust the screen resolution to the native mode of the monitor (1440 x 900).
2. try another video cable.
3. install the drivers for the monitor.
4. turn off power saving features in the bios and XP.
5. reset the monitor to the factory default settings.
I plugged the monitor into a 9 year old e-machines, and it worked perfectly. After a few days of more
experimenting I tried the following that did work: I installed the drivers for the video card.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
I spoke with LG lab technician after having same problem with 2 LG monitors (one after enother). He admits there is a problem with LG monitors, probably with the the power supply unit.
I took my first monitor to the lab & the problem disappeared. After few month it happened with the secund monitor after electrical power interruption.
Sorry, you have to take your monitor to the lab before replacing any expensive components.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
This could be either a graphic card problem or a case of conflict between two different RAM installed. With me apparently the latter was the problem. I was using 512 and 128 mb RAM, DDR 2. I removed the lesser one and the problem got solved. However, suddenly after a month or so now it resurfaced again. But in this instance I'm doubting it could be a case of updating the graphic drivers since my PC is kept in an automatic update mode. If this is the case then Sandrew could be correct.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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