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Monitor stays asleep

I've tried turning it on and off, unplugging it, and everything else, but the monitor goes to sleep after being on for only a couple of seconds. Also, instead of the natural clear light that computers usually have, the light is red. HELP!! My computer is only 2 years old...

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Check in the BIOS and see what your monitor settings are.
Did you change the sleep mode or power off mode? What do you do to make it come back on? Sounds like it might be getting too hot and/or going bad. Try it on another machine and see what it does. Also try another video card because the video card could be going bad.

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