- A vary basic failure here.
- the OSD tells you , pin1,2,3,13,14 are dead but that is what sleep does. kills video and sync.
- no PC stated
- no OS stated. windows 10? what? why must beg.
- did you turn off all sleep and hibernate in your power manager
- click CP, click power settings click custom power profile and set all that to OFF, do not turn off screen ever. XP to now.
- did you look in this CP control panel, DM monitor list>?
- see my monitor, its there and not bad, if it shows bad .
- if f1903 is missing there then your OS does not support it.
- Right click it (internet must be connected) and say up date driver and let W10 find your driver for your OLD monitor.
- Did you know MS drops old hardware that the maker does not support now? this is all in the PnP rules sets. but on monitors there are magic tricks to fool the system if true. this.
does your monitor work on others PC, with same OS
do tell that.
does your pc work with other monitors. bingo>?
is that hard to do find another VGA port, to try, ? on someone elses PC, we cant do that here, so..... only you can do that.
hp supports it
and has this program to run and test your display
last and best
ever call up BIOS?
boot pC and hit the BIOS key, called BIOS settings menus.
(HP F1,F9,10, or ESC) hint , it prompts you at boot.
does that work? omg it does so VGA is ok. right. 99% sure.
all in 5min work. you see it works
and then dies in windows x (what ever your X is)
if it dies in windows, here is the cause, (all causes)
VGA card is not bad, or overheated. bios works
1: windoz is virus infected tops that list. endless, to a fault.
2: PNP to dead, it plug and played, and killled the monitor driver or vGA driver, (less much less in w10,)
3: bad video drivers. (if hp get them from HP !)
4: internet dead, cant run PNP with no internet. not and win.
5: newer system DT< with expensive video cards the power jack cables fell off (this is only on high powered DT, like a Ausu M5a90x.
5b same deal video fan dead. overheated now.
6: PC goes to sleep, and is not anything to do with WINDOWS sleep
did you know the CPU has a sleep mode, it shuts down overheated.
some GPU do the same using the same magic hidden electronics in the GPU
if you had told what PC it was, id not have to broad band my answers. im sure i missed more,,, lacking
PC tag words.
or OS name and build.