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Monitor trouble I have a westinghouse monitor and we had a wind storm .My server went down for about 5 minutes and when it did my monitor went black,like it was off but it's not. What could the problem be?

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  • rodmorf Jul 26, 2008

    Hello, I have the same problem, my monitor does not come on even when i restart my computer seems like it is on sleep mode, is there any combination of keys to reset it, or any one else know another solution to reboot it?



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Nope, I have the same problem and the screen says"power saving mode". What should I do anyone? Help!!!

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