Question about Lenovo Computers & Internet
The Thinkvision Logo - (and power save mode) means your Monitor is not getting a video signal.
Be sure you have the monitor plugged into the proper PC port. Some PCs have on-board video, and some have a separate PCI Video Card.
Like this image....
In this example - the onboard video is disabled. And you want to use the PCI Video card (in green)
You havent indicated the model # of your desktop - so i am unable to look it up.
You can enter the information HERE to download a copy of the user manual.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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