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Hp 1940 monitor just goes to sleep in the middle of me working and i have to constantly restart.

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HP W2007 + Xbox 360 = Constant Sleep Mode


the monitor is bad
if it will not power on,
or show NOSIG< with XBOX on then turned off the monitor must show NOSIG>
why not test the monitor on any pc made even laptops VGA jacks works, so that works, its not the monitor.
and bad xbox video caused. but is not it. as you said.
the menu needs sync lines active. to pops the OSD button menu.
so the monitor is bad.

or the cable.

what is w2007, lets see.?
its old. at 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz



this old monitor runs CCFL lamps.]
im shocked it glows at all up to now.
ever do flash light trick test?
see got data, but no back light, CFFL is dead.

HP W2007
users guide last page.
This HP product contains mercury in the fluorescent lamp
in the display LCD that might
require special handling at
end-of-life:

that means CCFL died, also all do, soon.
(as short as 2 years, full time , they die. 20k hours)
out of your service manual it shows.
ccfl-wcj1avqu0msqxnqr1cdquwfl-1-0.jpg what any running pc connected the OSD menu most work
not in sleep mode.
if there is sinc, H/V pins active
that OSD must work or the blacklamp is dead
use flashlight see, there is data there, see?

ccfl-wcj1avqu0msqxnqr1cdquwfl-1-0.jpg

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Hello: Just recently, the 2159m HP monitor goes to sleep in the middle of an activity. This happened on two desktops and different settings. Repalced the video card, adjusted settings, replsced DVI...


Check the cord and connections for the monitor; this has one wire that must have voltage on it or the monitor goes to sleep, and a broken wire or loose connection will fool it into thinking you are powering down. If this doesn't work try going into power options and setting monitor to never power down.

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My monitor goes to sleep


Control panel / Power Options / Change when monitor sleeps/ edit plan settings
(Directions for Vista)

IF the monitor is going to sleep constantly or switching off as you are using it, please repost for further help

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Spacebar puts monitor to sleep


Hello,
You can reboot your HP Pavilion, and while rebooting go to BIOS by constantly tapping F1. And then there has to be an option which you need to enable "Wake up by Space bar" option. Once you enable the option, save the BIOS settings and then try whether the issue persists or not.

Regards,
soul_srch007

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HP 1940 LCD Monitor power and other manual controls do not work


there's an internal hardware problem in your monitor - cold soldered / defective electronic part/s. I suggest to bring the unit to an authorized service center for proper diagnosis & fix the problem. best regards

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No DVi input, then computer goes to sleep


Hi publicworker,

I had a similar problem whereas my monitor went to sleep mode after a few minutes. I'm running an HP LP 2065 in dual mode with another HP flat screen. However, I did resolve the issue after resetting the output settings.

How to do that:
  • right mouse click on the desktop
  • select graphic options
  • output to
  • extended desktop
Maybe some changings/modification will help you too.

Stefan

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No DVi input, then computer goes to sleep


I have a new HP pavilion slimline with Vista......a 19 inch flatscreen monitor......I went nuts with it not connecting and saying no DVI input......

I tried something and so far it has worked 10 times in a row...

start out with puter and monitor off.......turn on monitor.......let it go to sleep....then turn on puter....

I have the puter that has the start button on top of it.....not too crazy about it.....

hope this works for you.........Judy in NY

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Goes to sleep


Hi

Pls check the power option settings in control panel.

Also pls check if the power management options for keyboard and mouse in device manager are enabled or not.

Pls try to create a new profile and check if the sleep mode is working in the new profile.

Pls try a System restore if the above steps don't work.

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