Question about Computers & Internet
Wake it up. No, seriously. What you see is most likely the video signal not getting from the video card to the monitor. When that happens, the monitor takes a nap. Problem could be a loose cable, sleep setting on the computer, or bad video card. Check each of these in the order I listed, as they are easy to hard.
There is a slim chance that the monitor indeed has a problem. Rule out the other possible issues before jumping to that conclusion. If you ultimately believe it to be the monitor, try to borrow someone else's monitor to see how that one reacts.
Posted on May 10, 2014
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