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My monitor goes to sleep after a certain time when I'm in BIOS?

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I don't think this is normal, when I try to run Memtest86 or Drive Fitness test(both test are booted before the OS), the screen goes to sleep and never wakes up.
And I went in the BIOS, and after a couple of hours, the screen was off(or sleeping)... I knew the computer was still on, so I did F10 and Enter(save and exit), the monitor came back ONLY after that.

What am I supose to do? I disabled everything in "power management" and every single screensaver related thing is the OS(Vista). What else is left?

My screen is a NEC LCD1735NXM my Graphic card is a Ati HD2600XT, I updated all drivers I found and my power supply is a new 450 Watt(80+ from BFG)

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  • jimmy_9a9 Jul 19, 2009

    I'm on Vista 32 bit, and I already create a custom plan that says will not turn off the monitor and go to sleep ever, yet its still not working

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You can only control the pwoer function to your pc or monitor to adjust when the screen to go to sleep mode or even shut off throw control panel power options

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