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Sleep mode I have a dell (2006) xps and went to sleep mode I have it turned off btw... anyway my daughter was on desktop this weekend and turned off the computer via the power button while stucjk in a program(game) now I can not get out of sleep mode. I tried re booting.. removing power supply to both tower and moniter nothing works... also the key board or mouse will not do it as well. I DO have power to the keyboard and mouse but just will no tcome out... the screen has something that says there is no input comming from computer....??? HELP!!!!

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    exact same problem. Dell helped me once but I forgot how to fix it. The Wiring diagram has the cable to and from the drive to the monitor wrong, the guy said this was the problem@

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I turned my power off from monitor and tower and turned them back on simutaneously with the F8 key. It worked.

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