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No video hello sir i am having a problem when i reboot my monitor goes to sleep mode and my key board doesnt light up what do i do please help

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After the reboot is your motherboard and other pc parts like cpu fan still working? might be a faulty powersupply

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Hi can someone help cause every time i play a game in my computer and if im in a middle of the game the monitor just goes off but i can still hear the game running why is that happening? plzzz help me...


Hello ergic,
the "Monitor" as well the Computer have "Power Saving Modes."
  • Sleep /Awake
  • ScreenSavers
  • Hibernation...

"You want to do the following!"

"Change the way the Computer / Monitor Sleeps!"

  • From the Desktop Screen.
  • Click on the "Start Button." paul7of9_126.jpg
  • Just [below], "All Programs" you'll see:
  • The [Start Search] window; type: power.
  • "In the next [window] that opens!"
  • Scroll to find the {Power Options} icon! paul7of9_127.jpg
  • Click on the "Power Option" shortcut
  • "You should see: from your point of view; a "list" in the (left column) .
  • "Change when the computer sleep," paul7of9_131.jpg
  • "The wording may be different, but it will be clear enough."
  • Now all you have to do is change the way the Computer and Monitor "Sleep, or Turn-off." paul7of9_128.jpg
  • If the Monitor have its own "settings;" just find them by the [button on the monitor], and do the 'same thing as above'; but I'm sure the computer will take care of both.
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paul7of9

Mar 02, 2011 | Motherboards

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At first Ithought it was my monitor, so I went and bought a new monitor. Hooked up the new monitor and monitor is still blank. It turns on Windows XP and then a little box comes up "sleep mode"...


Have your tried booting into "Safe Mode" ? minimal video drivers are used, allowing you to go in to
  • Control Panel
  • System
  • Hardware
  • Device Manager
  • Display Adapter , Uninstall your old driver
  • Reboot , this allows yours system to clear the registry
  • Re-install video drivers for new card

Feb 24, 2011 | Motherboards

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When I turn on computer the monitor starts up briefly, then statement on screen says "no input signal" and monitor goes into sleep mode? I took it to Staples and they say I have bad motherboard....it's...


First, you should try the monitor on another PC to see if it works.
Then if there is still a signal error, try opening your PC case, blowing out any dust you find with compressed air, then re-seat your ram and video card. If you have on-board video, try removing the cmos (Bios) Battery or if you can find it, jump the bios reset jumper, then restart.

If none of those solutions work for you, try installing a slot based video card in either your, PCI, AGP or PCI Expess slot to see if your onboard video has simply failed.

Apr 08, 2010 | HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard

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I have now have a "video mode not supported" message on my L705 Hyndai monitor screen which came up right after I tried to change the resolution on my windows xp display. I can't get the monitor to show...


First connect you're monitor on to another system if possible. This will only make sure you're monitor is still working ok.
You're system needs to be shut down. (Keep you're monitor connected to you're system).
Than start it up and press the F5 key on you're keyboard every 2 seconds. This will bring up a screen that looks just like the one below;

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Choose Safe mode from the list. Once you are in windows safe mode open windows control panel than open the display icon. Change the settings to where they were before you made changes. Chances are you need to lower the refresh rate and the resolution. Than save and exit the display properties. Close control panel. Cross you're finger and re-start you're system. If this doesn't work you'll have no choice but to hook up a much better monitor to you're system so you can change the display settings.

Cheers'
Mike

Feb 08, 2010 | Motherboards

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No display on monitor


this lead to cpu overheating problem
clean your cpu fan and put some thermal grease between the fan and cpu

Jul 17, 2009 | Foxconn NF4K8AC-RS-1.0 Motherboard

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Display settings not working.


fisrt of all you need the mother board cd. put the cd in the cd rom or dvd rom. install the graphics driver. right click in the desk top. selece properties. then go to settings then adjust the screen resolution and colour quality.
Thank you

Jan 21, 2009 | Mercury Electronics KT266A Motherboard

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X1600 pro on Asus P5PE-VM


ok..lets do like this..fisrst of all the board is not incompatible..as long as you already had a prove of that 9250 is also a ATI core,so 1600.
here is the link to your mainboard
http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=11&l3=0&model=1276&modelmenu=1

so..check and replace the power supply.take a true power supply like a 450W akasa or chieftec..theese are a good price /quality balance.
and after that make a bios update,again in case if you already did it,this time under the DOS mode,from a bootable cd.
this more than sure will solve it
for now seems your bios doesnt support the sleep mode in this configuration..also check the ramms..the ramm "doesnt like" the sleep mode,if you know what I mean..it can not recover the free buffer while in sleep mode and also can lead to this fault.
and sure,after all I suggest you reinstal the windows..it will fix some other possible problems.
good luck.
oh by the way..your intuition was good...
the power supply can be the fisrt to blame..
bye bye

Feb 09, 2008 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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