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I have a new flatron monitor...screen is blank except when I first turn it on a meesage reads "power saving mode" and then shuts itself off again...HELP!!!

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  • ask_not May 11, 2010

    Does it do this while connected to a known good source of video? Try opening the monitor's setup menu. If it stays powered on with menu open, then it is not seeing video input. Otherwise problem sounds like incorrect monitor setting or power supply fault.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    how old is the monitor ?



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Check if the monitor data cable (one with blue connector) is connected to the PC's VGA connector at the back of the PC, properly.

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