Question about Computers & Internet
It's not a problem. You get that message because windows has a default power setting that puts your screen to sleep to save energy.
You just need to check the power saver settings in Windows. You should be able to find those if you right-click your desktop and select properties. Those settings are associated with the screen saver tab, monitor power. You'll want to change those so that the computer never turns off your monitor, if you don't want it to show "monitor going to sleep", any more.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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