Question about LG Flatron L1750S 17" LCD Monitor
Yesterday I was fiddling with the settings on the monitor, and I turned on the POWER SAVING MODE. I didn't know what this meant, until I tried to turn it on this morning and it won't turn on. When I press the power button, the light turns blue and the screen says "ANALOG POWER SAVE MODE". Then the screen goes black and the light turns orange. Anyone have any idea how to fix this?
My sceen does no com on a all .... what now
Posted on Oct 01, 2011
I have the exact same problem ! i push the power button and straight up it says "analog power saving mode " then black screen....
I tried to push menu or other buttons on the monitor but it doesnt react to it, nothing happens.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Different monitors have different settings. Anyhow, press the menu button on your monitor (hope it is there otherwise some other button must have been assigned this function). Choose recall or auto adjust or factory default from there (whichever of these options you can see). Nothing serious.....
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
Just finished a live chat with LG regarding this same problem. My questions are in red. Here is what I was told:
DJ: Is there anyway to disable the power save feature on these monitors?
John H: No, the monitor will display "power saving" either when they are no longer getting a signal from the computer, or when the signal they are receiving is outside the allowed resolution/refresh range.. There are "power saving" options in Windows that can be turned off.
DJ: what is the signal/refresh range of these monitors?
John H: The resolution should be set to 1440 x 900 or 1280 x 1024, the refresh rate should be set to 60.
DJ: What if those 2 resolution settings are too small for my client, which they are? They are both set to 1024 x 768
John H: 1024 x 768 will also work, although the picture may be blurry, you can always change the DPI (dots per inch) setting in Windows for everything to be bigger with the higher resolutions.
DJ: Not worried about blurry, just worried about getting rid of the Analog Power Save. Is there no way to get rid of it?
John H: If the signal the monitor is receiving is not correct, no, it protects the monitor. Is the refresh rate set to 60?
DJ: Yes, it is set to 60, with 70 and 75 being the only other options.
John H: Ok, with it set to 60, at 1024 x 768. It should come up, Are you using an analog cable or a digital (DVI) cable?
DJ: Could it be a problem with the video card? Should 70 or 75 be tried or only 60?
John H: If possible, exchange the cables also. The refresh rate should stay at 60. I can send you a RMA form if that does not resolve the issue. Just fill it out and fax or email it back to the information on the form.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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