Question about LG Flatron L1951S 19" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
So I moved my computer from one desk to the other, reconnected everything fine (I triple checked) and while the computer boots up fine* the monitor stays off at which point I press the power button and it gives me a message of 'power saving analog mode' and goes black again. I've tried using the cd that came in the packaging but, as I can't see anything its not terribly helpful. This also apparently happened before, but my sister can't remember what she did to fix it.
* I assume, its making all the correct noises
I bet you plugged into the VGA output on your motherboard instead of your video card. I accidentally did this once myself. Look on back of the machine and see if there is more than one possible place to plug the monitor into.
If that's not it let us know and well try to find another fix.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Maybe this can help
Control panel>Power Options>Power Schemes Dropdown Menu>Always On
If this doesn't help, you need to try an other monitor on that pc
if second monitor works, you need to reinstall you're monitor software.
if the second monitor fails too, you're graphics card is probably broken.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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