Question about Computers & Internet
You are too intense, so your monitor blacks out. Ask it what visions it had when it comes to. Then just use audio to get information out.
Also, you miscategorized the problem as generic; does this happen to all monitors you can connect to the computer, just yours, or perhaps just a particular instance of a particular model? Additionally, you are expected to note any odd behavior other than the monitor's (e.g. you forgot the electric bill 5 months in a row, whether the computer ON light also goes out, unbidden reboots, etc.) and under what circumstances the screen will come back.
Some of us have real problems; monitor suddenly showing beautiful images of heaven on earth, speakers erupting in joyous rapture...just try and get work done with that going on!
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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