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HP Pavillion won't bring monitor back from sleep mode

HP Pavillion PC was in hibernate mode overnight. When hubby tried to wake it up with the mouse/keyboard, nothing happened. So, he held down the power button and the PC shut down. When he turned back on monitor said "no input signal" and went back to sleep. Have done hard reset on PC and disconnected monitor, mouse and keyboard, which got the keyboard responding again (number lock light came back up), but did not work for monitor. Any ideas?

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    are you able to use a different monitor and see if by chance that your video card went bad over night ?

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Hi...if u can read " no input signal" from ur screen, this means that ur monitor is ok..
Look if u have power buttons on ur keyboard.. try to wake it from there.. some pc may have shortcut keys to bring back the pc... look @ ur pc docs on the internet for more info...
However if it's a hardware issue, it may be that ur RAM memory needs to be cleaned

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