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OSD Warning Messages
A warning message may appear on the screen indicating
that the monitor is out of sync range. Cannot
Display This Video Mode
This means that the monitor cannot synchronize
with the signal that it is receiving from the computer. Either the signal is
too high or too low for the monitor to use. See Specifications
for the Horizontal and Vertical frequency ranges addressable by this monitor.
Recommended mode is 1024x768 @ 60Hz.
Occasionally, no warning message appears, but the
screen is blank. This could also indicate that the monitor is not synchronizing
with the computer or the monitor is in a power save mode.
Is the power blinking amber? This is a DPMS power-save mode. With the computer disconnected and the monitor on, do you see the colored self-test block floating around? With the monitor on, computer connected, and you still have no image displayed, take a bright flashlight and examine the screen closely. If you can see a very dim display in the screen, the fluorescent tubes which light up the *background* and provide the vivid picture(sort of like a how an x-ray picture viewer works) are defective. The power light blinking may be the power supply sensing the non-functioning tubes or it could just be bad. If your display is under warranty, replace it. If not, trying to have the monitor repaired for this type of problem is almost as costly as a new one--and there won't be an active warranty on anything else that might fail. Hope I helped you.---Rick
Sir, I hve read all above statement which shown as above. but in my case monitor take time to ON and display the screen, its take at least 45 minutes to start up and display the window screen. So please to send me solution about my Query. Thank's
I just bought my first computer. After the tech set it up and left I used it to become familiar with Windows. Then I did not have the time to reuse it for about a month. All I get is the same "power save mode" message on monitor then it goes blank.
Can anyone provide an answer as to why this occurred and what I can do about it? It's a barnd new HP 6130 Pavilion desktop.
Why do we need these machines if you can't control them? Nothing in the limited problem guide for the PC even addresses power save mode. HELP!!!!!!!