Question about Hyundai ImageQuest F770D 17 in.CRT Conventional Monitor

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Standby mode Something happened to the monitor. It stopped going to the standby mode or "save energy" mode after the computer been switched off (not the monitor). Normally it would go black in a minute! Now it keeps on, just a message comes out "No signal". Is there any way to troubleshoot?

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  • Dmitry Goloskokov Jul 16, 2007

    Thanks. You right about the video card. However I tested it with another monitor. It works fine. So something actually happened with the "Stand by" or "Power off" mode of the Hyundai monitor! Is it still possible to trouble shoot it?

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Check the video connection the video card. You can try another monitor to see if it does the same thing. The video card could be bad.

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