Question about LG Flatron L1750S 17" LCD Monitor
When I turn my computer on the monitor stays off. I press the monitor's power button and the orange light above it goes off, obviously turning it off. I press it again and the light turns blue, the words "Analog Power Saving Mode" coming up on the screen. A few seconds after, the screen goes black and the light turns orange again. All of the solutions I've read so far have dealed with using items on the desktop, something I'm afraid I don't have the luxury of doing.
Firstly check the connecting cable from the screen to the computer at both ends. Ensure that the thumbscrews that keep the connector in place are tight. Has the PC been moved recently? Any chance the cable could have been put in the wrong place? You can get the installation manual on the following link to see where that cables should go: http://us.lge.com/filedown.do?filepath=1000000757&fileName=L1750B-BF.pdf Try resetting the monitor by pressing the "Auto/SET" button on the front panel for a few seconds with the PC on. If that fails you can do a full factory reset on the monitor by using the on screen menu and navigation to the "reset" function on the setings (gearwheel) page. This is described in the manual page A12. If all this fails then disconnect the cable to the monitor, the monitor should display "no input signal" if it does suspect the PC graphics card is faulty.
Posted on Jul 30, 2007
Well , I read all these posts . I'm also having the same problem as everyone one here . but i feel that this is not a fault with yours or my computer . this problem never happened till service pack 3 updated . I built my computer , and had no problems for 1.5 years. then about four weeks ago, maybe same time for some of you . Power Saving Mode started to happen . checked everything and no problems found . I'm trying a few things if i do find something I'll make sure I post
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
You could also change ur analogue cable for hdmi cable........u might need to buy a new graphics card(if it doesnt support hdmi)........i suppose that there is sumthing wrong with the PSU of the monitor........one of my frndz also solved this problem by getting a new and more stronger power box.........750w
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
Dual monitor? Power save mode? Vista?
Go to display settings. Click on the checkered monitor. Hit the check box for extend the desktop onto this monitor.
this helped me
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
I had that same problem... remove the case of the computer and make sure the graphics card is in tight, and while you're at it, make sure its clean... that solved it for me.
Posted on Aug 01, 2007
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