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Monitor I can not access anything on my computer becasue the monitor is in power save mode. It does not come out of that mode when i restart. There is just a little box on the screen that says "power save mode" so i cant get to any of my computer settings.

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  • James Godsey Jan 18, 2008

    same thing i cant get out of power save mode cant use pc because cant get pass bootup logo after that screen goes blank

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This is a duplicate post, click on the following link to go to the active posting: http://www.fixya.com/support/t139319-monitor

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