Question about Philips 150S4FB 15" LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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this is system power scheme, to save power when the machine doesn't detect any action on the keyboard of the mouse for a preset time frame.
go to control panel>power options and change the hard drive shunt down time, and the monitor shunt down time to what ever you like.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: frequency out of range
You need to Set the Desktop Display Settings to match those advised by the monitor... in other words, your desktop's resolution settings aren't supported by that monitor, so right click on desktop, choose settings, and change the resolution (1440 x 900 ) and set the Refresh Rate (60 Hz).
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
nice anecdote, fixing things from far is not easy, a t.v.-technician right in front of the actual screen could tell more- but they don't come for free, alas. hope that people's idea about problem solving lead up to you fixing a problem yourself - hey this here is for free - to sort wxperts, one needs feedback! thx alot
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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