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Monitor shuts off...

My monitor will turn on fine and be usable for a couple of hours and then it gives me this message: no signal - analog signal out ...sleep... Nothing I do restores the monitor. I have shut the computer down and turned it back on and still get the same message. Ususally I can not get the monitor back up for several hours or until the next day. I have gone into settings > control panel > power manager and clicked everything to never go down but don't know what else to do. Why is it doing this? How can I fix it?

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SOURCE: Mac Mini changed screen resolution monitor giving error message..

may be ur monitor is not capable to support such a kind of resolution or may be u need to update the graphics driver. if the problem still persists then visit the mentioned link for a free diagnosis.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009



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SOURCE: SVA Monitor stuck in Analog Mode or Sleep Mode

I had the same problem and called my brother who builds computers.  Here is what worked for me and makes perfect sense.  Also make sure that you set your computer to never go on sleep mode.

Plug in a different monitor so that you can set your computer display in this way:

The Screen disollution properties should be set to 1024X768 Make sure the setting is 16 Bit.  Now also set your refresh rate for 60hz(No higher)

Shut down your computer.  Plug in your flat screen monitor and restart your computer.

There is no reason to go find drivers because these monitors use the plug and play from windows.

It worked perfect after that.

Hope this helps everyone because it was simple and makes sense..

Posted on Jul 19, 2009



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SOURCE: my SVA Monitor just started

Unfortunately this isn't a solution but a request for one, as my monitor does the same thing. D: Anyone?

Posted on Oct 13, 2011

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Your monitor is not the problem. Check all the connections from the back of the monitor, to the computer.

"No Signal Analog" means your monitor is working perfectly, however is not receiving signal from the computer.

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Try unplugging everything. Leave it unplugged for at least 5 minutes. You need to give the system time to drain all the excess power.

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