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If your monitor is stuck in power save mode then first of all check all the power cables connected to monitor and your CPU.
After checking the connectors start the monitor if it does not come back from power save mode then lets move towards to second step.

2 . First unplug all the power cables to avoid power shock. After unplugging the power cables open the cabinet and look for the video card on *********** board.

Take the video card out and clean it with a normal eraser.Rub it on the golden pins and clean it.
Place it again at its place.
Close the cabinet and then start your monitor and your problem will be fixed.

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Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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