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Monitor going to sleep

Hello
my screen indicates to me the following error message during lighting "monitor going to sleep".
with another screen my computer functions correctly
thanks

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    hp pvilion vf52 monitor displays "going to sleep" and then shuts the entire system down

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Hi,the Monitor which comes up with that message is a common fault,so will need replacing. Thanks

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