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Monitor goes to sleep after 30 minutes vl1919

The monitor turns off after approx. 30 minutes. If I reboot, it works find for another 30 minutes. After repeated rebooting, the time gets shorter that it will work.

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Welcome to FixYa! The default power saving feature is turning the monitor off. To change the settings go to the Desktop>Right click on it>Properties>Settings and you will see power saving settings where you can choose "Never turn off" or a longer time interval. These settings can also be found in your Control Panel for all of the Power Saving features for the computer, monitor and hard drive. Steve

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