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Went into sleep mode and will not awake, gives message of not being able ti find vga source, but all connections are good and secure, then returns to sleep mode

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Sounds like there could be a short in your video cable. I had this problem occur where i would boot up my pc and after about 5 seconds the screen would go blank. Also give your monitor a reset manually after starting up your box. Just unplug the power cable to it for about 10 secs and see if that helps. Good Luck

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What should i do with my samsung n150 plus since it has no display on screen when i turn it on and only the led light for the on/off stays after turning on? Please help me.


Have you tried connecting it to an external monitor via the VGA port? It could be that the LCD panel has died. If this happened after coming out of sleep mode or hybernation I suggest pulling the battery, disconnecting the AC adapter and, with no power at all, hold the Power Switch down for a full 30 seconds for a complete power drain. Then reconnect the AC Adapter and replace the battery and test.

It's worked for me in the past - it just might work here.

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Ensure a video source is connected to the projector (VGA, DVD, etc)

Unplug the projector to make sure it has completely shut down (not just went into sleep mode)
Plug in power and power on the projector (make sure video source is on first)
The projector should turn on and switch to the video source (manually select if not)
Once you can see the video source, push menu and turn off auto-off.

Auto-off should only work when the projector detect a video source is no longer present on the selected input. So if you are turning on the projector with no video source connected, it will usually turn off shortly after being turned on.

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Monitor will not awake from sleep mode. Pilot light is amber when asleep. If the monitor is turned off pilot light goes from amber to off or black or nothing. Turning the monitor back on the pilot light...


That means your monitor is not receiving a signal from your video card.

A couple things to check:
*Make sure your cable is ok - unplug and replug the cable to see if it is a loose connection. Or try a different cable.

*Make sure your computer is not in sleep mode - Move your mouse or otherwise ensure your computer is awake and sending a video signal

*If you have another computer, try the monitor on the other system and see if it works.

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Yesterday I was on the computer and the screen just went jagged with colors, best way to describe that. I pulled the plug since was was getting no response from ctrl alt+ delete. Or my big brother keyboard...


you might pressed a key on the monitor repress it and enable the monitor or else just remove ram from the cpu and clean it and replug it might it solve your problem

the last solution is to just format your pc

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My 15" LCD monitor TTX went to sleep mode and never return back


mike_garzan, Your monitor will need some work done on it!! Do you know the "flashlight trick" that every owner of an LCD monitor with "cold cathode-fluorescent-lamps" should know how to do when the BLACK screen of death makes it presence known? Do this test first! It is a very easy test to do. 1. With a KNOWN GOOD pc fully booted to the WIN-desktop showing on a GOOD Monitor have a friend tap the CTRL key on the keyboard every 30 seconds or move the mouse to ensure that the pc won't go into sleep mode. 2. Power off the good monitor and disconnect it from the pc. Now reconnect the TTX9151 to the pc and wall outlet power. 3. Then and only then turn on the monitor and make note of what happens. Did you see or not see the WIN-desktop appear?
4. Now for the flashlight test. Even though the LCD panel appears BLACK, shine a bright flashlight about 1" from the screen's lower left corner and make note if you can see the Windows START icon even though the screen appears to be BLACK. 5. Turn off TTX9151 or yank the plug from wall outlet, and disconnect from pc. TEST IS DONE. Reconnect good monitor to pc to get back online. The test was to evaluate the current status of the "switch-mode-power-supply" and the CCFL inverter circuit DC source. If you could SEE something on the BLACK screen then you know that half of the SMPS is working and sourcing voltage (+5 or +3.3v) to power the vga/lcd interface board! It also means that the SMPS is not in FULL SHUTDOWN mode and only has a problem sourcing voltage(+12v to +18v) to the CCFL inverter circuit which generates 800v to 1200v ac to light-up the CCFL's that are hung across the rear of your LCD panel to produce the WHITE LIGHT needed to see what is on the screen. Now, if you didn't see the WIN-desktop, then the SMPS is probably in complete SHUTDOWN mode trying to save itself from a CATASTROPHIC, NONRECOVERABLE failure! (eg. smoke and fire) Put the TTX9151 in a safe place and get back to me with results of the TEST. lmistyrel and on aim.com or do a comment to your original post above on fixya and I'll give you advice as to what you need to do about getting it repaired or other actions/options you as a consumer/user of LCD displays have open to you. Bye for now. 12fixlouie

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ITouch crashed and wont restart


try this
  1. Press and hold the Home button while reconnecting the USB cable to iPod. When you reconnect the USB to iPod, the device should then power on.
  2. Continue holding the Home button while iPod starts up. While starting up, you will see the Apple logo.
  3. When you see "Connect to iTunes" on the screen, you can release the Home button and iTunes will display the recovery mode message:
  4. Restore and it'll download ~240mb firmware and you're done
If step 1 shows no reaction on your screen,the screen may have got damaged.

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