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Going to Sleep Displayed

I turned on my computer and the monitor displayed this message on the screen "going to sleep no input received". I checked the power cord and unplugged it, nothing. No lights are flashing or beeping sounds. The CPU is working just fine, anyone have any idea what to do?

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  • Anonymous Aug 24, 2008

    I have the same problem, my monitor is only 10 month old and it's going blank and displaying going to sleep, before that the monitor went fusy. help

  • Anonymous Oct 04, 2008

    i have the same problem to crazy HP.... MONITORS"



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I turned on my computer and the monitor displayed this message on the screen "going to sleep no input received". I checked the power cord and unplugged it, nothing. No lights are flashing or beeping sounds. The CPU is working just fine, anyone have any idea what to do

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