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Alright boot into safe mode uninstall your video drivers and then re-install them that should take care of it. If that doesn't work check your bios to make sure it hasn't switched on you back your on-board or to a 3rd party card.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: annalog power safe mode
Could be a could a couple of things
#1 Ensure the video cable is connected to the correct jack on the tower (Some systems have both an integrated video card and an Expansion card. See if there are 2 blue 15 pin vga ports, if there are 2, connect to the other one.
#2 You may be using DVI (White connection) and have the imput select set to D-Sub (Analog) Use the input select button on the monitor to sleect DVI
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: Monitor is in power safe mode
your resolution is set too high go into safe mode and turn the resolution to min and then play with it until it shows nothing push the space bar and leave the setting on that
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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