Question about LG Flatron L1951S-SN 19" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
I just bought a new desktop and monitor. The monitor i chose was the 22" Flatron LG. I hooked everything up, and when i boot up the computer, the monitor pops on for a second then says "Analaog power save mode" in a blue box then it goes to sleep. Any perticular reason why this may be occuring?
I had the same problem with the same screen as you.
i connected the usual blue plug on my pc, and i got the same message as you did.
i finally realised that i connected it on the on-board graphics card(VGA?)
i added a new plug(adaptor) and then connected it on my graphics card.
everything works now!
It's just tha we are all used to the shape/colour of the port on our PCs
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
Are you connect via Analog (Blue VGA connection) or DVI (White Digital connection?
If you are connected via DVI, then you have to change the input select button to DVI
If you are Connected VGA, make sure the system doesn't have 2 VGA ports. If it does, connect to the other port.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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