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Re: monitor going to standby
Goto control panel > double click on power option to open it.now now use these settings
Turn off monitor - Never. Turn of hard disks - Never. System standby - Never. _______________________________________________________ It will be highly appreciated if you could take a minute and provide the feedback from the given below ratings
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"no input" means that there is no signal from computer or the monitor cable is unplugged. When you first turn on monitor it usually does a self test and then looks for signal. Not connected to PC will give a no signal. If it is connected but PC is off (not unplugged) then it should go into standby as you vid card will be sending a standby signal to any monitor connected. Sometimes the Plug and Play monitors need to register before it will recognize a standby signal from PC, so plug it up and boot up PC. Then shutdown normally, your monitor should go into standby when the PC shuts down.
have you tried going to your device manager and hardware if you look for your graphics adapter uninstall it then look for hardware changes then it should find it again and reinstall drivers. (dont worry it wont make your monitor go blank hopefully. It should only make the display have a bad bit rate) it wont do any damage to your computer but it may sort your problem out
1. cables are not connected properly 2. computer is not turned on 3. computer is not working, its not starting up, and the issue has noting to do with the display. Please take your computer to a professional repairer or get someone to come over to sort out the issue.
take that oppurtunity when your on safe mode,goto system restore and have your system back when it was on normal operation,try it other than reinstalling your system,i think this is not a hardware problem from your monitor,doing this in all program,go to accessories,then system tools,then go to system restore click it and have select a previuos date that your computer work normal say" on april 1,then click it have it process just keep patience there a couple time to process this until the computer will tell you it was finished,just follow some instruction,maybe some file are missing on your vide card to hook up the monitor.have a nice day
I thought my problem was originally monitor related. However since I posted, the picture disappeared altogether, and my PC wouldn't even start to bootup. Fearing my mobo may have died I removed the hardware components, cleaned then re-assembled them. After all that, it turned out that my graphics card has a tendency to become slightly unseated. Once I was aware of this problem booting up resumed normally. It seems that the problem of the fading monitor picture seems to still occur, but soon after I use the machine after 'hibernation' state, and even then it doesn't always occur if I do use hibernation. I haven't used hibernation for a little while and so far the problem has not returned
It's a bad back light inverter. These models are NOTORIOUS for them. It's a simple fix for a technician and not very expensive. I fixed mine about 2 years ago and it's still going strong.
You can purchase replacement inverters and if you're handy with a screwdriver you can fix it yourself.
-=/ Daft Tech /=-
It sounds like there's a problem in the power supply or inverter section and it's just teetering on the edge of failure.
The disruption of the signal is apparently just enough to kick it over the cliff until it's reset.
Sooner or later, it'll need some help, like connections, capacitors, output transistors, capacitors, transformers. Those are the most common failures in these.
I think you'll see it get worse