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Monitor goes to BIOS Screen Repeatedly

Omnitech 22'' LCD monitor ... Windows XP Pro
During operation, monitor goes black, displays ''no input signal'' and then displays the bios screen (del to enter setup, F1 to continue). Press F1 to continue and am returned to XP. Repeatedly happens - monitor was working fine until about a week or so ago. Any ideas what could be causing the problem?

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The monitor is probably working well. Windows is trying to tell you that "setup" needs to be performed, but likely the CMOS battery is failing and won't hold the selected settings. The time setting is wrong as well.

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Your monitor is fine, the problem here is with your computer, and sounds like a virus. Time to competely reinstall windows, or have a tech look at the computer.

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