Question about Gateway GT5220 PC Desktop
Unplug the device. Wait 30 seconds, and re-plug it in. Press the power button.
Sounds like you've got a problem recovering from Hibernate or Sleep mode. This is not uncommon. Suggest disabling one or the other, or searching for known issues and possible solutions.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Your power supply will need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This error normally occurs when the monitor is not receiving a singanl from the tower. So 1st check the cable connection to the VGA port on the back of the tower and ensure that the cable is securely connected. While looking at the back of the tower, look at the diagnotic LEDs near the PS2 ports marked ABCD. They should all be green If they are not, then there is a problem with the tower and you need to post the indications on the LED (GGAA for example indicates a RAM failure)
If you are using an LCD monitor, you may also need to check the input select button on the monitor if you accidently bump or press the button, then you could change in input selection to DVI and then get this error too.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Try tapping the F8 key while booting the computer, you will get the start up menu, choose safe mode, when you log on, go to the display settings, that is right click on the desktop, properties, screen saver, advanced and make sure that hibernation is off, along with turn off disks or whatever , probably see turn off monitor after XX minutes, I make ours 15 minutes (150 computers and servers), I don't let the disks turn off. Choose always on also, not home/office. Try this and see if these settings help.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Try going into your Start Menu then going into your control panel...then clicking on your "power options"....then switching the options to 'always on'..if this does not work..(as it seems you may not be seeing this because the monitor is in power saving mode) try fiddling with the setup option on your monitor and find a possible powersaving mode enabled function and disable it. every monitor is different so I couldn't really help you here...if this doesn't yield results try another monitor to see if it's the monitor having the problems or the computers video card...the video card could very well be the culprit...
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: monitor in power save mode
Man is your machine booting.????
if the machine is booting and no display on the moniter then check the power to the moniter ..... if ok
then if you r using xp os the
go to contol panel >Power options>Power scheme > select always on
Good Luck !!!!!!!!!
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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