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Monitor stays in "Power Save" mode

When you start the computer, monitor stays in Power Save mode and only way to resolve this is force shutdown the CPU and start again and after few trials it functions properly.

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  • Hitesh Patel Dec 02, 2012

    Every time I power on, it go's to Power Save Mode and the screen go's black and monitor light changes to orange. That's it, that all I get,its an intermittent problem, sometimes it will start in couple tries , sometimes it will not.

  • Hitesh Patel Dec 04, 2012

    I got tired of the problem and finally opened up the CPU and vacuumed out major dust settled on motherboard and on Memory slots etc.
    It's been working normal since.
    Hope it helps to people with similar problems.

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rtillett, May not be "power save" problem! Possible internal component failure causing "black screen of death" symptom. What is "date of manufacture" from rear of unit? Unit could be 4-5 years old. retrevo .com lists as time to retire and buy new. You should see some video clips at YOUTUBE that show DIY owners/technicians that successfully refurbish these e172, e173 displays to help you decide to spend $20 or trade for new $200 (new unit) wide screen display. Also spand some time reading and following links you find in the fixya profiles of "budmrtn" "buddymc" "12fixlouie" that will help you decide fate of your e173fp unit. Please rate this response AFTER you do your research here and at YOUTUBE. After you discover the common power supply capacitor failure problem that plagues the entire lcd monitor / tv industry you will then be in a much better position to make decision. 12fixlouie

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Just had the same problem... what worked for me was simple. Unplug the cable from the monitor, hit the power button a few times until Dell screen poped up with a few color bars because it knew it was no longer connected to a PC. Then plugged the cable back in and all was fixed.

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SOURCE: Dell Monitor in Power Save mode

Hello there:
i would refer to your users manual to see if there is a power save mode setting on the monitor it'self and to see how to adjust it or contact the manufacture of the monitor . ok ?
hope that this is helpful

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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