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No signal after standby/power interrupt

Computer: emachines t1140, Celeron 1.10, 384 MB RAM, WinXP
Video: Diamond S60 64MB DDR Radeon 7000 PCI
Monitor: ViewSonic 19" Wide DVI LCD 2ms 700:1 300 cd/m² 1440 x 900 WXGA+
When the computer wakes up from standby, I get "no signal" on the monitor; the only way to get a monitor signal is to restart the computer, which pretty well defeats the purpose of standby. The same thing happened when I accidentally hit the power switch on the front of the monitor -- when I turned it back on, "no signal," had to restart computer.
When I asked Diamond about this six months or so ago, their tech said it was a "slight compatibility issue" and there were "currently no fixes." Any thoughts?




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Check in BIOS to see how wake up is set
Also right click desktop go to properties/settings/advanced check setting for wake up

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