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Monitor hibernation. You advised to use the wakeup key. What key is that?

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Any key! This may help if its a display setting problem:
Fn & F5 simultaneously, cycles the display output through the 5 modes. (hold the Fn key down, and press the F5 key, press it again, give it time to change before you press it each time)
the 5 modes are:
1.built in display only.
2.built in display AND external monitor.
3.External monitor only
4.built in display and TV
5. TV only
*note: Internal display resolution must match external display resolution, and that resolution must be
at least 800X600, or higher

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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