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SVA Monitor stuck in Analog Mode or Sleep Mode

I powered on my pc today and monitor was strange pink color tones. Then went into sleep mode and now analog mode. Power button does not reset monitor. What is wrong?

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  • Berad Mar 12, 2008

    I plugged in the monitor and I get a message of "unknown mode Going to sleep"
    I have tried the plugs and a new cord to the monitor and get the same results.
    Any idea what I can do?

  • Q of Dolland Sep 24, 2008

    reset my resolution, monitor went into sleep mode because it could not support the resolution I selected, and now all it does is sleep. Can't operate my computer with out a monitor HELP!!!

  • 1edgy1 Dec 13, 2008

    same problem here,monitor just keeps booting , runs thru initial stages ,stops on"start windows normal" anolog power saving mode and starets all over again.over and over again till i push power button, ive started in all safe modes ,no change , changed monitors ,cables, nothing! i believe it started when i changed settings due too flexi sign8 was not fitting on screen.ya thats correct ,i was in an unknown zone .and once again ,POOOOOOF, i got signs to design and cant get too it. help purdy pleaseeeeeee?



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Actually it was quite easy. I rebooted my computer in "safe mode" by restarting it and pressing the F8 key. At the start up windows gives you an option to toggle down to "enable VGA mode" and select it. After that, my computer recognized my monitor and it has worked fine ever since!

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I had the same problem and called my brother who builds computers.  Here is what worked for me and makes perfect sense.  Also make sure that you set your computer to never go on sleep mode.

Plug in a different monitor so that you can set your computer display in this way:

The Screen disollution properties should be set to 1024X768 Make sure the setting is 16 Bit.  Now also set your refresh rate for 60hz(No higher)

Shut down your computer.  Plug in your flat screen monitor and restart your computer.

There is no reason to go find drivers because these monitors use the plug and play from windows.

It worked perfect after that.

Hope this helps everyone because it was simple and makes sense..

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