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I have a Gateway FPD2275W monitor. When I turn on the computer the monitor flashes on for about 2 sec. and then seems to go into standby mode. Even the menu screens will not show up when this happens. When you remove the monitor cable and then plug it back in the screen will flash on for about another 2 sec. then go black again. any ideas?

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  • TZKZDAD Aug 31, 2008

    Thanks for trying I plugged the monitor straight to wall outlet and two other outlets still no change.

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Your power supply may not be supplying the required electricity to keep your monitor on. Try plugging your monitor in a different electricity source. Your CPU may be drawing much power from the source and not enough is supplied to the monitor. You may plug the monitor directly to the UPS (uninterrupted power supply) if the cable end allows it.

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