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Monitor keep going to black screen while viewing.

''Daewoo L700C shows a great picture, but keep going blank (black screen) after 30 seconds or more''.

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  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    When I start my computer the monitor will come on and show a great picture, but after a few seconds to 1 minute the screen will go black. after re-starting the monitor by turning it on and off, it does the same thing (go black). The cables are properly connected, so I was thinking that there must be a internal problem.........

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Disable the Screen Saver in the Display Properties from Control Panel of your Computer.

A Black ScreenSaver is active in your Display Settings. Change it to "NONE" and your problem will be solved.

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