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Hooked up a used 17" LG Flatron L1720P flat Panel. When I turn it on it says Power Saving Analog Mode and goes black, no instructions with it.

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  • OneKoolKat Feb 09, 2008

    Thanks I'll check further into this.

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Make sure your power cables are connected properly. Sounds like it's not getting any video data from the graphics card.

If it is not your graphics card, It could be a dead monitor.

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