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I have an h233h bmid monitor that will not power itself down into power saving mode when the computer is shut off nor when the computer enters sleep mode. Even disconnected from the hdmi cable the monitor will not power itself down. The problem is not with the computer as I attempted the same with two other monitors, and they work as they should. There doesn't seem to be anything in the menu of the monitor that accesses any of the features. The OSD timeout option (I believe from the scant, worthless manual, anyways) only refers to the menu popup on the monitor when you push the menu button. Is there something I'm missing?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem is most likely to be caused by a bent or broken pin on the CRT video cable at the VGA connector, OR, this could also be caused by a damaged VGA connector on the back of the laptop. If neither VGA connector is at fault, the problem could be caused a damaged (kinked) CRT data cable, or internal damage to the VGA connector on the back of the laptop, though I suspect the problem is more likely to be external, and you probably won't have to disassemble the laptop to locate the culprit...
Posted on Mar 31, 2007
TO RESET IT START YOUR COMPUTER IN SAFE MODE AND GO TO DISPLY SEETTINGS SET YOUR MONITOR AT VERY LOW 32BIT 800 BY 600 PIXELS IT WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM THAN RESTART THE COMPUTER
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: Going to Sleep
Due to the power surge, it is highly possible that the monitor was given a boot by your computer on it's way out.
This will short out a very small transistor inside the monitor on the video board and in turn, then monitor cannot see that there is a signal so goes to sleep.
If you get brave enough to venture inside the screen, then check near the cable input. The transistors are only around 3mm and have 3 legs (two one side and one in the middle on the other).
If you find anything like that burnt (get a magnifying glass) then replacing the board is the easiest option. Just don't be tempted to wipe the board before you look at everything very closely, you may wipe away the tiny bit of evidence you are looking for.
Hope it helps =)
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
Please try again to turn the monitor off. Hold down the Menu button while the monitor is turned off, then press the Power button again to turn the monitor back on. This should unlock your OSD menu. regards
Posted on May 28, 2009
Sounds like virus.Tryto start in safemode then run virus protection and afterward install a firewall.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks wce3. I guess it was a virus. i followed the steps and then tightened the noose for the existing firewall i had and the prob is not happening. "
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Sleep mode on a Windows 7 PC saves power without you having to turn your computer off and without losing any work.
This option cuts the power to your monitor, powers down the hard drive and pauses all functions until you awaken the computer from hibernation.
Whether you have a laptop, desktop or workstation, putting your computer into sleep mode will lower your electric bill and save money!
Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your desktop. In the lower right corner of the Start menu, next to the "Shut Down" button, is a button labeled with a small, right-pointing arrow. Mouse over the arrow.
The Shut Down menu appears.
Point at "Sleep" and click on this option.
Your Windows 7 computer goes into sleep mode.
Wake your computer from sleep mode by jiggling the mouse.
There may be a delay of a few seconds before your hardware powers on.
All of your open programs are still open and your work is intact, just as you left it before the computer entered sleep mode.
Configure your Windows 7 PC to go into sleep mode automatically when it is not used for a certain amount of time.
Click "Start" and select "Control Panel." Click "System and Security."
Click "Power Options."
A menu opens.
Click on "Choose when the computer sleeps" and select the number of minutes of inactivity. You can also set a separate time interval to put your monitor into sleep mode.
If you set both to 10 minutes, then your PC and monitor will automatically go into sleep mode after 10 minutes of inactivity
Your Computer in sleep mode
First, save all of your work. Information in computer memory is not saved while your computer is on standby.
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel, then Power Management.
Click Standby Beside When I Push the Power Button.
Push the Power button.
Automatically Putting Your Computer on Standby
Save all work before leaving your computer.
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel.
Double-click Power Management.
Set the times that you want your system to go on standby, to shut off the monitor and to shut off the hard disks.
Click OK. Your computer will go on standby according to the schedule you have entered.
Putting Your Computer in Hibernation
From the Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel.
Double-click Power Settings.
Click on the Advanced tab.
At the When I Push the Power Button On My Computer screen, click Hibernate.
Click the Power button.
Hope this helps.
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