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Re: why does my philips turn off when i use it as a...
It's probably in sleep mode, like when a computer starts a screen saver. You can change this setting at the settings. You can change or type the time before it goes to sleep mode.. (e.g. 90 minutes) but there is really no other way to KEEP IT ON forever. It will still keep turning off... but I'm sure you'll lose no files.
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Unplug the Monitor Cable from the Computer Tower and Connect it back again and make sure its connected properly.
Sitll Have the Same problem then restart the computer and get in to bios by tapping F2 key and leave the computer for 30 mins and check wheather it goes off or not.
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If it is not
still covered under warranty, start by opening the case. Once you
remove the power board, you will probably notice several capacitors
(the round, can shaped parts) that have tops that are not flat. If you
see any that have bubbled tops instead of being completely flat, they
need replaced. Once they are replaced, the monitor should turn right
back on. Hope this helps.
this is system power scheme, to save power when the machine doesn't detect any action on the keyboard of the mouse for a preset time frame.
go to control panel>power options and change the hard drive shunt down time, and the monitor shunt down time to what ever you like.
It is probable that the ROM system, called BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), is set to not wake your computer by moving the mouse or pressing a key on the keyboard.
I do not know which BIOS your computer is running so I can only give a general answer.
When your machine is starting up, look for a message that says "Press F2 to enter BIOS" or something like that. Your machine may have a different F key assigned to enter BIOS.
There should be a setting in there that allows you to change the values for waking the monitor. It should say something like "Use keyboard and Mouse to wake up computer", it won't say those exact words, but something like that. If the value is set to disabled, then enable it. Then save your changes and exit (Usually by pressing F10)
Be careful when in BIOS. Changing settings you do not understand can make your computer behave erratically or stop functioning altogether.
If I understand you problem correctly, your monitor is turning off when it remains idle? Does it come back on when you use the keyboard or move the mouse? If so, then this could just be caused by the computer's power-save settings. This can be adjusted by right clicking on the the desktop and selecting propeties. Go to the screensaver tab and click on the power button. From here, you can either set the "Turn Off Monitor Time" to never, or to a greater period of time.