Question about LG W1934S-BN 19" Monitor
Assuming you are using Windows XP or Vista... Check the power management settings. (Start...Control Panel...Power). You can set whatever you want the time interval to be when the monitor goes into energy save mode or off.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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