Started when the monitor went into sleep mood it would not come back on. had to unplug it and plug it back in to get it going again.
Now it will not come on at all. it is getting power because the on light, lights up. any ideas besides buying a new one.
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A monitor does not normally save any states such as sleep. If unplugging the monitor from the power source for ten to twenty minutes and re-plugging it in does not fix the problem check and see if the monitor's menu comes up. Even in sleep mode, the menu for the monitor should show. If it does, try resetting the monitor to factory default settings. If the menu does not show up, then there is an issue with the monitor.
Power supplies tend to be either working or not working. I would start with the computers memory, reseating the memory cards (there are plenty of tutorials on the web for how to do this). If the power supply fan was running, chances are you did not need to buy a new one. Does it do the same thing with the new power supply?
You will need to replace the hard drive which has any version of windows operating system, or you will have to re-install windows xp on that computer. Assuming if the computer has a green light and monitor has an orange light. I've encountered this problem where I work at.
I absolutely despise monitor and computer sleep or hibernation modes. Before I started routinely disabling this on all the computers I supported my users were always having problems no matter how computer literate they were.
I know this sounds simplistic and you may have already done it but have you just unplugged the monitor?
If that doesn?t work maybe the PC itself has gone to sleep as well. Try moving the mouse, hitting a keyboard key. If that doesn?t work try pushing the power button on the computer to turn it on. If all else fails pull the power plug on the computer itself, plug back in and it should start up. I would suggest disabling all of this via Windows Power settings in the control panel.
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