As soon as I start my pc and monitor, I immediately don't see the image in my monitor. I have to wait for around 10 mins before monitor starts displaying the screen but then it goes off immediately and this contiues for some 10 mins before the monitor stabilises itself, then I can start working normally. This is basically after only around 20 mins. I am not sure whether my monitor is nearing his death or I am missing something in this.
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Re: Monitor takes time to display image
If it is a CRT, I agree with Marty. Do you have access to another monitor? If so, trade it with the one that is having a problem just to make sure it is a monitor problem, and not a video card problem.
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The power saving mode is engaged when no signal comes from the pc - the pc is either stopped (start it) or it's defective.
If you can't start the pc then you will have to dismantle it and test the components, starting with the video card. If you don't know how to do that then take it to a repair shop - don't make the problem bigger by messing around with it.
o.k. unfortunately this may mean your monitor is in need of a service repair technician. The same thing happened to my hanspree monitor. Lucky for me mine was still under warranty. How about yours? how old is it? If it is not over 2 years old you may still have a warranty on it. please also try this: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- so, it automatically shuts down? try turning on your pc and do not wait
for it to boot to windows. instead, immediately tap on F8 key several
times as soon as you see that there is power.
it should lead you to Windows advanced options menu, highlight disable
automatic restart on system failure using your down arrow keys then
press enter. it should start normally or if problem still persists, try
safe mode instead. it would isolate the issue. if in safemode it will
still shutdown automatically then you need to replace your harddrive.
if not, then you should just reinstall your operating system to have your system work fine.
do you mean the processor fan that is located near on the left top corner on the motherboard? if that stopped working then turn of your pc immediately. probably the cpu overheated. if that fan does not work replace it immediately as it will burn the cpu.
Hi; I had the same problem. I know that sometimes devices require you to perform some type of '10-30 second' "hold" of one or some of its buttons in order to 'reset' the device, so to speak. So, having said that, try this:
1) Turn your monitor off (no green light) but leave it plugged in. 2) Leave it off for about 10 seconds. 3) Hold the  button on your monitor (the one to the immediate LEFT of your monitor's POWER button). 4) While holding the  button, now press and HOLD your POWER button. 5) Wait for your image to appear and STAY onscreen for about 5 seconds, then release both buttons. 6) Your monitor should retain its onscreen image.
1. Genaraly 14" and 15" Monitors supported Up to 800by600 some monitors 1024by768pixels 17"monitors supports 1024by 768 to 1280by960 pixels and Other 19",21" are supported 1280by1024 pixels at the same time change the screen Refreshrate at display properties.