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Digital power saving? I think its my video card. but not sure

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Yes man. it is your Vga card causing that error or your Signal cable. check both to confirm

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Who can repair a Gateway DC-T50


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Hi larivadances,

Have a nice day.

You can save videos to SD card by following these steps.

1.Purchase a micro SD card adapter, which will allow you to insert the smaller card into SD card readers and computers. Many of the newer phones come with the adapter.

2. Insert the micro SD card and adapter into the card reader. Make sure your computer recognizes by accessing "My Computer" on your PC and clicking on the drive letter associated with your card reader.

3.Drag and drop videos or other data to the drive containing the micro SD card. Or right-click on anything you want to save, and then click on "Save As." Save the file to the correct drive.

4.Pop the memory card into your digital phone. Access it using the "Tools" menu on the phone.

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When i switch on the computer, the only thing that appears on the screen is "power save mode on". i have checked all the cables, i changed monitors, but no solution for the moment thanks for...


Im assuming the monitor worked OK until now. The two things I can think of is, First is the cable from the monitor to the computer is either not connected tight either on the monitor side or the computer. The second thing I can think of is a bad video card. I think the monitor is ok because your getting the power save mode on the screen.

I hope this helps you out, if it does please leave me some positive feedback.

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Do you have a memory card? Please use a memory card in the camera, make sure the camera is set to use the memory card and not internal memory, the internal memory may be emptyed on power off so make sure the pictures are saved to storage card where they wont be effected.

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