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PC monitor warning error of PC entering power saving mode

When i open my PC ,monitor only shows this warning "PC entering power saving mode"
and Monitor shows black screen. Can't do anything...

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Hello mamaykyaw,
The steps below are for Windows XP.

Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Power Options(double click)
The Power Options Properties window will appear
Power Schemes. Ensure in the dropdown box it is set to Home/Office Desk. Set Turn Off Monitor to Never....Set Turn Off Hard Disks to Never.
Then go to the Advanced tab. In the two dropdown boxes at the bottom, ensure that When I press the power button on my computer is set to Shut Down
And When I press the sleep button on my computer is set to Stand By
Under the Hibernate tab, uncheck Enable Hibernation. Then click Apply then OK.

I Hope this helps you out. Have a nice day




Posted on Jul 13, 2009

  • Miles Jul 13, 2009

    You may have to access Safe Mode to make the changes I listed above. When you press the power button to bootup the PC, start tapping the F8 key. A screen labeled Advanced Boot Options will appear. Move the highlighted selector to Safe Mode and press enter. A gray box will appear telling you that Windows is currently operating in Safe Mode. Just click YES and the follow the steps I listed.

  • Miles Jul 13, 2009

    Here is the answer according to Hewlett-Packard: For flat panel displays.


    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...


    And also turn off your screen saver:


    Start>Control Panel>Screen Saver tab. In the drop down box select NONE then Apply then OK.



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By analysing u r problem i am sure that u r monitor is correct,But problem is by RAM. So just take out the side cover of u r CPU and take out the RAM clean it twice and reinstall it. if it not helps check with another RAM I think it deffinately solves u r problem.

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1 some time we can get same problem in cpu fan error . look your cpu fan fitting is lose or not? and change afan to check once time. thanks (nepal)

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It is CPU overheating problem, Go out and get some composite paste which is keeping the temp down

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