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Hp2009m monitor sometimes will show the "monitor going to sleep" screen faster that normal after the computer turns off,

Usually there a certain amount of time before it displays this screen, how do you fix this?

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Well this question is a bit loaded because there are a number of variables at play. You have to think that its not just the timing that could be the issue.

There is an on board video card, sometimes an added graphics card. These may have certain settings in them.

It could be the monitor is slow to respond and not sure you can change the settings.

It could be the way the pc is responding.

Id advise first that you try a different monitor and see if it responds the same way. Then maybe a different graphics card.

Also if you have a friends desktop, you can see if their machine is responding the same way.

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