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My pc monitor not working after i setup my bios after clicking save and exit what would i do?

After that monitor not working
the light on stand by.
but the cpu still working

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Hi, let me know what u changed in the BIOS
thank you

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You can change the language settings
Click start control panel regional and language options select regional language options from the drop down list select the language you want also from the bottom drop up list you can select your present location location or another language.
also download language packs
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Get the computer manufacturer and your computer model number.
If it is available, go to the manufacturer site and look for BIOS & Firmware upgrades.

Most BIOS versions included a language option
When your PC is starting up, press the Setup key.
This is usually Del, F2, or F12.
The key, however differs with each machine.
It should be stated on the screen for a very short time which key is the setup key
You can change the bios settings by using the ARROW KEYS select it press enter and exit then press the F10 key to save to cmos and restart
If your not sure or you have made any wrong bios changes you can set failsafe or optimised defaults
If you are unable to change the bios language settings the bios might need to be updated or bios chip might need to be changed or flashed
Before flashing the BIOS do a search on BIOS flash and read the caveats.
Backup your current BIOS and only flash if it is absolutely necessary!!
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your computer is not able to "see" the monitor. Try going into the BIOS settings when u first turn on the computer by pressing F1 or whatever key your computer uses to enter "SET UP". Then, select the F key that will "load default settings". Then, press F10 to "save and exit" and press enter to confirm. If that doesn't work, you either have a bad/incompatable monitor or a problem with connections or the video card or port.

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Turn your computer on.
When you see "Press <BLAH> to enter BIOS SETUP mode", press the <BLAH> key.

Change the "boot-order" to select your CD/DVD drive as the "first" boot device.

Put the first recovery-disk into your CD/DVD drive.

Save-and-exit from BIOS SETUP.

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Does your desktop/PC display show anything before the monitor goes into power save mode? If nothing comes up, its possible that you have a loose VGA connection or that your video card/motherboard are defective in some ways. Try using a different monitor.

If the other monitor works fine with your computer, try changing/lowering the screen resolution. If in XP right-click on the desktop and go to Properties, and select the tab for display settings and adjust the resolution. If in Vista/Win7, right-click the desktop and select Screen Resolution/Display Settings and adjust it there. Then check and see if your LG monitor works on it.

If the other monitor also doesn't show any display, most likely the problem is either with your video cable or your PCs video card/motherboard, not the monitor.

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hold down the Fn and F8 keys, and it worked fine for me. or if your problem is you cannot wake from power saving mode (after your PC goes to sleep, then its probably just the driver for your video card). VISTA has some issues with certain drivers that the PC cannot wake from sleep

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Hello ahmid7 …

There are three potential areas for your solution (listed in descending order of probability).

1. Power Options

Are you familiar with Windows' "Power Options" control panel module? If in fact your system is going into sleep/stand-by/hibernate mode, this will be the most probable culprit, and you won't need to proceed to steps 2,3. With it you can tweak all things related to power saving (e.g., sleep, stand-by, hibernate, timed automatic MONITOR and/or hard-drive shut off, etc.). Just make your desired (re)adjustments there.

[Control Panel > Power Options]
... OR ...
Start > Run > type "powercfg.cpl" (without quotes), then hit Enter.

Once it launches, you'll probably find most everything self-explanatory. If not:
  • Search for "Power Options" in your Windows "Help and Support". Then review "…Common Tasks…" and/or "…Overview…" related items.
  • Post here again and I'll be glad to walk you thru it.
2. Monitor's OSD (On Screen Display / Setup)

If step 1 is unsuccessful, it may only be the monitor (CRT/screen/display) itself that is turning off. Somewhere on the monitor there will be an OSD (On Screen Display / Setup) button/switch of some type. There you may be able to make the needed adjustment. If necessary, refer to the monitor's documentation (i.e., User's Manual, etc.) for further details.

3. System BIOS

If steps 1+2 are unsuccessful, it may be your computer system's BIOS accommodates auto/timed shutoff of your monitor, hard-drive(s), motherboard. If necessary, refer to your computer system/BIOS documentation (i.e., User's Manual, etc.) for further details on how to adjust.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

If none of the above provides solution, please report this, because it may be that your system is NOT in fact going into what you perceive as a sleep type mode, but rather is experiencing an emergency shutdown. In this case there are a couple of most likely causes. However, there's no need to cross that bridge unless it actually exists.

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This problem has existed for 4 or 5 years, and I've seen various solutions posted with inconsistent results. Did the problem begin
after a power failure or surge, by any chance? In my experience, this can be related to a setting in the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) of your motherboard, which can sometimes be affected by power glitches. Try this:

Access the Setup menu of your BIOS. This can only be done during the first few seconds after starting or re-starting your PC. Usually there will be an instruction on the logo screen telling you what key(s) to press to get into Setup (usually F2, F12, or a key-combination, depending on the manufacturer). This screen goes by pretty quickly, so you have to be fast. Once you're in the BIOS setup menu, use the arrow keys to navigate to a category called "Video" or "Display" or "Graphics", etc. (again, depending on the brand). Press "Enter" to view the screen adjustsments for that category. If the graphics controller is set to "Auto", change it to "Onboard/PEG" or some similar term. (If you don't have an alternate graphics controller, you're out of luck.) Follow on-screen instructions for changing and saving settings. When you exit the BIOS, be sure to select "Exit and Save", not simply "Exit." See if that works.

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