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My monitor goes to sleep and don't wake up

The only way i could get my monitor to come on was to kill the power to my system (shut down my power cord) then turn it back on. I had tried hitting ESC, and i tried turning the power off on my monitor and turning it back on, but it just said that monitor is going to sleep. No button i hit would wake it up. I checked all the connections and they were fine. This is the second time this has happened and i don't like killing the power like that. What should i do? Thank you.

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  • willibria Nov 29, 2008

    I have the same problem and hp will not do a thing for me. What do I do? My monitor goes to sleep whenever it feels like it and the only way to fix it is to unplug it and to restart my computer and HP will do nothing for me even though the monitor is under warranty. Please help me!!!!!

  • glassyladync Nov 30, 2008

    I have the same problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    That took alot of brain pwoer to come up with.. Geez, I think most people would know that they should go to HP to fix the problem, we are looking for expert opinions about what the issue actually is.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    Mine too and I am fed up and going to go buy a new one

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Check the HP website there are lot of helps and answers there

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Ok solution to everyone problem with this, I called HP down south and got someone who spoke great and clear english. I then explained that this was a hardware problem throughout this model. I managed to get another one seeing how this just so happen to be out of waranty, for 149.44 including taxes and shipping. I included that if she went online and saw how many people were having this she would understand more, and she did and for a 300 dollar monitor for 149.44

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