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My viewsonic is mo than 3 years old wen i connect o the power red LED comes on,the monitor prepares to start and then it goes off. no use in pressng the power button if i need to get this done again i need to unplug the cable and plug it on again wat can i do?

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I just had the same experience and had to get a new monitor. but first make sure your hybernate is turned off. Good luck

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