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Monitor goes to sleep mode quickly without video cable

Im using a plasma tv as my pc monitor. i have not been able to figure out why i cannot get any sound from the plasma but i have discovered that you can get sound from the original cpu monitor while using the plasma at the same time. so the plasma shows the picture while the monitor makes the sounds-they work as a team. but now my monitor goes to sleep mode after about a minute... how do i make it not go into sleep mode so quickly?

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  • garcia04 Dec 22, 2008

    i was able to follow the start, control panel, and power options directions. but when i right click desktop there is no properties button. but there is a personalize option....

  • garcia04 Dec 22, 2008

    okay sorry i did find the screen saver and turned it off through personalize. so i did turn it off and change everything to never but when i played a song, at about minute 1 the music stopped and the blue light on the monitor changed to yellow.

  • garcia04 Dec 22, 2008

    i have a desktop.

    when i click on power option the screen i see is "select a power plan" and on the left side there are menus. so i said to Turn off display: NEVER and put the computer to sleep NEVER. but after about a minute the sound cuts off and its asleep again...

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Right click on desktop - click properties - click screensaver tab, and dropdown menu to none. this turns off screen saver. For power/hybernate....
start - control panel - power options. Change all pull down menus to "never"

Problem solved.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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    blueextc3221 Dec 22, 2008

    start - control panel - power options. Change top pulldown menu to Home/Office Desktop and the other 3 below (all pull down menus)to "never"
    Then "OK"

    Additionally, you may have a tab that says Hibernate. Unclick the box that says Enable Hybernation.

    Is this a laptop or desktop?

  • blueextc3221
    blueextc3221 Dec 22, 2008

    For sound, you will need a cable from the output of your soundcard to the input of the monitor if it is equipped with internal speakers.

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