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Dell Monitor 2007 WFP

My monitor keeps going into power save mode. I thought maybe overheating had something to do with it but this morning when I turned it on it happened within few minutes of turning it on. I cleaned off the dust inside the computer and I'll probably switch to VGA from DVI to see if the plug is the issue. IF anyone has experienced this or has any suggestions please do tell. I've searched for answers through different forums and this question often seems to be left hanging?? Any advice from any experts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

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  • rootytootie Aug 20, 2008

    :( I'm not a technician but thanks for the info.

  • genp Sep 25, 2008

    Dell 2007wfp entering power save during ingame (Savage2, Assasin Creed,Crisys any other *graphical* game, but not TeamFortress2,Psyconauts or RavingRabbids2 for example)
    OS: Vista x64
    Videocard: ATI X1950 PRO 256mb (Sapphire)
    Motherboard: Asus P5B-E
    CPU: CoreDuo (overclocked slightly)

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If you are a technician you can repair it,because the problem maybe are a cracked solder joints on the feed mainboard and you need to resoldered all.Good luck

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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