Whenever I turn on my computer it will load up everything, but as its abhout to go to my desktop the screen will flash black then navy blue and say "Digital Power Saving Mode" In a little blue and white box. Then the screen goes black and you cant do anything with it. The power button on the monitor which is usually blue or no color at all turns a yellow-orange and leaves me very frustrated.
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Click on "Start" in the lower left-hand corner of the desktop. From within this menu, select "Control Panel." Double-click on "Power Options" located inside the Control Panel. Turn off the power saver plan by selecting one of the other power plans listed inside the Power Options dialog box. If there are no other power plans available, you can create one. Create an alternate power plan by clicking on the "Create a power plan" link on the left-hand side of the Power Options dialog box. This will open another window allowing you to create a power plan of your own. Select the type of power plan that you want, and enter a customized name for this plan. Once you have done this, click "Next." You will then be able to edit the plan's advanced settings to include how it handles the display, sleep mode and brightness settings under the battery and when it is plugged in. Hope this helps.
This is what i do whenever someone asks me to remove their PC from power saving mode.
Try clearing the NVRAM as follows: -Turn off the computer -Disconnect the monitor. -Unplug the computer. -Take out the video card. -Remove the CMOS battery for a couple of minutes. -Insert the battery. -Connect the video card and monitor. -Turn on computer.
Hi erin mckinle,
That is probably it's, uh, analog power saving mode. When the screen goes black and the power button flashes, make some mouse gestures or hit some keys that would not affect anything (try spacebar). That should bring up the screen. If you think it goes into power saving mode too fast, go to Control Panel --> Power Options, and change the values. Hope this helps.
Have you checked you power saving options in Control panel. If this is a desktop, unless you are a energy miser, I would change your power saving options to never on all options, turn off hibernation and suspension for when you are playing games. You can find this in control panel under power Options. Let me know if this helps. Thank you
Most monitors will say "Power save mode" when they can tell through residual voltage that the signal lead is plugged into a machine, but there's no picture being transmitted. The four states of a monitor are:
* Off entirely. * Switched on, plugged into a computer but no video signal being received - usually displays "analog power save mode" or "digital power save mode" for a few seconds, then blanks. Comes back to life the moment a video signal is received. This state is the default in full power saving mode. * Switched on, not plugged into a computer. Some monitors don't display anything, some go into power saving mode, some fly "CHECK SIGNAL CABLE" or a similar message around the screen. Picture is restored when the signal cable is plugged back into the computer * On fully, receiving an image, and displaying.