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Hi, I would check the connections to and from the monitor. There will be 16 pin connecter. Make sure the pins are not damaged bent or broken. replace with same cable. Go to your local computer store and buy new cable. Good luck.
If your VGA connector is connected to a video card put it in your onboard VGA connector if the problem is still there. Remove the video card from your motherboard then boot on safe mode then adjust your video resolution. Here are some steps on how to boot in safe mode on your computer.
Turn on your computer.
Start tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
Ensure that the Safe mode option is selected.
Press Enter. The computer then begins to start in Safe mode.
Right click on the desktop then click setting then adjust the resolution on lower resolution. The normal resolution for VGA is 640X480. Then click apply and restart the computer and in normal.
if the monitor is DVI conencted to PCI card, the computer will not see the monitor, on boot up, only in the Windows mode.
replace the DVI connecting with a VGA connection on the monitor, if there is no VGA connection on the monitor then you need to get a VGA monitor and connect that to theVGA port on the motherboard connector at the rear of the computer.
Restart the computer and tap on f8 button so u can start computer in safe mode, if u are able to restore computer to earlier tiem. IF u are unable to start using safe mode. Ur computer need to reformat. Please insert recovery disc restart computer and tab on down arrow button and follow onscreen instruction...
Your monitor goes to Power Saving Mode when the signal it is receiving is not correct.
In all probability this is not a problem of the monitor itself, rather you should check the connections and the computer the monitor it's connected to. For example you could try a different RGB cable and try it in a different computer.