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Monitor is in power safe mode

Dell monitor went into power safe mode, it works when connecting to back up pc but when I switch it back to main pc it wont respond to keyboard or mouse.

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  • reptech Nov 27, 2008

    I have same problem as Darocs' E153FP:Windows shows up on screen when computer turned on,3 blu lights under "Windows" run left to right for little bit,stops then screen goes dark into power save mode. Moving mouse or pressing keys wont turn on screen-stays dark.

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Your resolution is set too high go into safe mode and turn the resolution to min and then play with it until it shows nothing push the space bar and leave the setting on that

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