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Won't come out of sleep mode

The monitor went into sleep mode and never woke up. is there some way to reset the monitor so its not waiting for the 'out of sleep mode' signal? This KDS went to sleep and never came out. Just a blinking green - Already connected to two different machines and vid cards but still does nothing. Does anyone know how to "wake this thing up" without sending it out? I am not afraid to operate!

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Have you tried getting a second monitor ? then using it to get to the desktop and go to power options and set your monitor to never turn off? after that is done try your monitor again and see if that works.

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The Sleep Timer mode is an energy-saving feature that enables you to set a time for the monitor to
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