Question about LG Flatron W2242TQ-BF 22" LCD Monitor - 4:3 - 2 ms
Tried moving mouse in circle pressed keys
Hello, The reason your monitor switched to power saving mode is because the operating system on your computer told it to. A computer left on and unattended is programed to sleep/hibernate after usually a short period of time. Without going to in depth, There are stages of sleep and after time the hibernation deepens. However, moving the mouse or pressing a key should take it out of sleep. Microsoft has a support page for this issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266283 Good Day
Posted on Feb 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG 194wt
Did you check the energy saving settings for the monitor
The display settings in control panel should have a tab
for screen saver that also has settings for the monitor
power saver setting. If there is a setting for Digital Power Saving mode adjust it or disable it.
If this does not solve the problem then you may have to
disable APM in the bios setup
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
Try wiggling the Cord on the backside of the monitor.. Not the Power Plug Cord, The Other Cord that attaches to the PC. Do this once the monitor turns off , grab ahold of the cord about 2 inches from the back of the monitor, then bend the cord to the right, keep bending from the right to the left a couple times to see if your screen comes back, if it does, than you have a Loose connection and this sometimes causes the Symptoms you are receiving.. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
SOURCE: my monitors sleepy
it may not be your monitor, it may be your PC or video card. Try restarting your PC, does your monitor work?....
or unplug the power from your monitor for a minute, then plug it back and try it.
Try a different monitor, if a different monitor works on your PC then it is definitely your monitor.. if a different monitor does the same thing, then it is your PC.... either your motherboard or your video card if you have one.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Testimonial: "thnx i spoke to a guy bout it he said it could be my graphics card so i tried the switch around with monis on comps and the moni on my comp didnt work"
These are just suggestions, not sure if it will fix your problem (not listed in any order but only do one at a time)
1. Change BIOS battery (reset BIOS)
2. Clean out machine (dust, reseat cables, cords etc...)
3. Try removing the power cord from the monitor, hold the power on button for ten seconds then put the power cord back on
4. Try reseating the video card.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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