Question about Computers & Internet
You may check power settings in control panel and see if somehow the
settings for your screen are set to turn off or the power settings
program has been corrupted for some reasons. Although I doubt that this
the case it is worth to check.
At the same time there is a need for more information about how did that start or if you have done any physical changes to the computer.
Another thing you may do is connect it to an external monitor and see if the same thing happens to the external monitor. If that is the case then I think there is something wrong with your display card.
U MAY ALSO TRY REINSTALLING THE DISPLAY DRIVER..
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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