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Monitor turns on then after a while the screen will

Monitor turns on thenafter a while the screen will shutdown not going into power save mode. The light will turn orange then the buttons have no function. I will have to unplug the monitor to reset it. Sometime the monitor will blink on the off while working on my pc.

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Check your video card ...or try a diffrent montor

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