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My monitor lg flatron l1730s keeps going into powersave mode

It keeps doing the above and shuts down the this a monitor problem or will it be a hard drive problem?

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Check your powersaving options in windows>control panel>power options

there is a bunch of options in there that could make your monitor go into power saving mode.
also check your video card options and menu of the monitor itself all could possibly contain a sort of powersafe option.

most likely indicated with amount of minutes untill... either power off screen blank or screen saver.

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