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My little cousin was playing with my monitor how do i reset it back

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Hi you may have to change the settings back manually as most screens dont have default keys.

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When i play a game the monitor goes into power save mode and will not come out .i have a Alienware Aurora with a dell st 2410 monitor


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My cousin is playing a game,suddenly a message arrived(horse power)with in 15sec my monitor switched off.I am not using lcd monitor.Can you guys help me.


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what condition or state is the monitor in now ?
have you tried another LCD monitor to operate your computer ?

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That will depend on the available socket for the CPU set that you are going to purchase, what type of cable are you using from the monitor? Usually its VGA cable, most CPU set has VGA port.

Check available ports on your monitor so that you will have an idea what CPU set will you get so that your Monitor can be connected.

Hope this helps

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