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First thing to do is always check the cable. Make sure it push in all the way. If needed to screw it down. Could also be stand by time out. were the monitor is on a power saving mode. It will go black after 20 minutes or so. If this system stays on all of the time, change the power schemes to "Always On", just make sure you set the monitor and system or hard drive are set to "Never"
Check your power option in the control panel. Look for tab mark "Power Schemes"
Below are pull down menus to change the timeout setting for hard drive, monitor and system.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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