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Monitor shuts off after inactivity

Monitor appears to go into hybernation when I have stopped using it. It doesn't happen right away but probably about half an hr later if I haven't returned. The light changes from green to orange. All I have to do is press the power button to turn it back on and as long as I am using the PC it is ok, but is this a problem that should be investigated?

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Hi maggieis,

I wouldn't worry about your monitor powering off after 30 min. It's just responding to the power management settings that are configured from within Windows.

These settings can be changed so that your monitor always stays on (if you want) but the current setting is set to help save energy by turning off the monitor when no one is using the computer.

So, no worries...that's just normal Windows behavior.

Hope that helps,

Michael

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