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When i turn my monitor on my monitor goes into power save why

I turn my comoputer on and my monitor it automatically goes into powersave why it is a dell and only 1 week old

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It might very well be an issue with the new PC's video hardware. If the monitor gets no signal within the first few minutes then it will automatically go into power save mode. Also, just as a troubleshooting idea, recheck the vga/dvi connection on the back and make sure it is seated well. You might also have a bad monitor. One week old equals exchange.

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