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MONITOR GOES TO SLEEP WHEN TURNED ON BUT PC IS NOT IN SLEEP MODE

Posted by cucumo on Dec 20, 2008 Actually, when I turn my monitor on a "Going to Sleep" message is displayed on a black screen and then the screen goes all black. We had a power outage acouple of nights ago and the pc was on. Since then our power has shut off and right back on about 4 or 5 times and of course the pc was on every time. It is a Compaq 1501 flat screen monitor and I am using Windows XP operating system. Any one out there have any ideas how to fix this problem?

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It will be video cable or related.

Responding to prior post,
Fuses have nothing to do with the video proper.
If you have a message on the screen, which says the monitor is basically working or saying the fuses and inverter is working.

That message appears with lack of video, so it can be the cable itself, possibly the video card on the computer.

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NO OS stated, XP"? never post without OS stated, or answer get 10x more harder, See? make it easy for the helper and get more help.....
no Monitor stated. (maker, CRT, LCD what?)
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if the monitor works on other PCs then the monitor is not bad.
i Bet it works (old ones 2002, have a hidden deep internal sleep mode. and is not yours IM sure now) DVI IS THE ONLY CLUE THERE.
So PC is dead. this PC came with only VISTA new,
is it still VISTA?????????
HP has support on it still
here (carbon dated by me 2008, IIRC)
https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-pavilion-slimline-s3400-desktop-pc-series/3688715/model/3688723

this year,? get all those files and books there backed up
when HP support ends after 10 year rule, (be savvy?)


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now in VISTA, go to Control panel, click power
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try a real keyboard, that has USB cable yet? be first thing to do.
always keep a real keyboard, handy,,,
batteries fail. in all wireless devices like this (inside them)

luck you desktops have lies DIM fails. there are many.

http://www.pcdied.com/sleep-or-dim.html

one other way , and common is PC overheated.
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ever one not cleaned out every year,.

#1 all time cause of overheat and PC shuts down.

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The screen turn black may not mean it gos into sleep mode, it may mean it goes into shutdown mode because it may be sensing problem in the circuits.
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Most common failures in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed HP monitors to get some ideas what to look for: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

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Hello ahmid7 …

There are three potential areas for your solution (listed in descending order of probability).

1. Power Options

Are you familiar with Windows' "Power Options" control panel module? If in fact your system is going into sleep/stand-by/hibernate mode, this will be the most probable culprit, and you won't need to proceed to steps 2,3. With it you can tweak all things related to power saving (e.g., sleep, stand-by, hibernate, timed automatic MONITOR and/or hard-drive shut off, etc.). Just make your desired (re)adjustments there.

[Control Panel > Power Options]
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Start > Run > type "powercfg.cpl" (without quotes), then hit Enter.

Once it launches, you'll probably find most everything self-explanatory. If not:
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If step 1 is unsuccessful, it may only be the monitor (CRT/screen/display) itself that is turning off. Somewhere on the monitor there will be an OSD (On Screen Display / Setup) button/switch of some type. There you may be able to make the needed adjustment. If necessary, refer to the monitor's documentation (i.e., User's Manual, etc.) for further details.

3. System BIOS

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