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When i power down to standby,and start it back up, it wont start back up again despite the fact that i press power to the monitor or shake the mouse

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Is there a "wake up" key on your keyboard? if yes,try using that?

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It would seem that for some reason, the display would not activate again after going to standby. This would involve checking the inverter circuitry that powers the CCF lamps (backlight).

A possible temporary workaround is to disable/deactivate the "Turn off monitor" feature in your laptop's Power Scheme.

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usually this happens due to static try to power cycle the monitor by disconnecting all the cables from the monitors
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Turn off first your PC before making any connections.
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Right click on desktop.
Mouse down to properties, & left click.
Left click on screen saver.
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Also some computers are setup to hibernate if mouse is placed in certain parts of the screen (top right or left, Bottom left or right.

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