monitor works fine, but sometimes (when computer goes standby or hibernate or when it supposly to turn off the screen (innactivity settings)) But sometimes work fine and it goes economy mode, but other times it just start blinking (power button) green and it is impossible to return to this normal style.
I umplugg it and wait minutes, hours, and i tried to disconnect from computer, i tried to connect it to another computer, and nothings work.
i just have to wait!
I read the manual and nothing said about this green blink.
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You should check the "Power Options" when the computer "Sleeps" & "Hibernates". Go to the "Control Panel" if you Win 7 or below, if you have Win 10 just type "Power" on the "Search Box" on the bottom left of the screen and then click "Edit a Power Plan" and set when the Computer "Sleeps" and when it "Hibernates". Basically when you move your mouse you are waking up the Computer from "Sleeping" or "Hibernating". Goodluck.
When the screen glows grey/white, it means that the T-CON board is bad or it is not getting the 5vdc from the logic board. or loose conection on the T-CON board which is part of the LCD panel assembly.
Does it look like this when it goes out? Checkto see if the 5vdc goes away when it goes out, the 5vdc is supplied through the switched transistor on the logic board.. http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/LCD%20panel/
If you computer is going into hibernation, the best thing to do is disable it. These days it is better for the pc to stay on for updates and scans. Right click on an empty area on the desktop, click properties, click screensaver, click power set turn off hard discs, standby and hibernate to never, I usualy turn monitors off after 30 min seth
I thought my problem was originally monitor related. However since I posted, the picture disappeared altogether, and my PC wouldn't even start to bootup. Fearing my mobo may have died I removed the hardware components, cleaned then re-assembled them. After all that, it turned out that my graphics card has a tendency to become slightly unseated. Once I was aware of this problem booting up resumed normally. It seems that the problem of the fading monitor picture seems to still occur, but soon after I use the machine after 'hibernation' state, and even then it doesn't always occur if I do use hibernation. I haven't used hibernation for a little while and so far the problem has not returned
I think this is more of a problem on your computer instead of the monitor, ofcourse you could try another monitor and see if the same happens. I suspect your computer goes into standby or hibernation on its own, and it does work fine if you reset the computer right?
if you go into power management again, disable or turn off hibernation completely, its on one of the pages.
Make sure its not set to standby, and also disable your screen saver.
Right click on desktop - properties - then screensaver. turn it to none.
Also you could look into the computer bios and make sure its not set to standby or hibernation from there. thats unlikely but you could check.
how to get into bios.. depends on the computer, right when you turn it on, on one of the corners of the screen you will get a message, press button to enter setup or bios. press that to enter bios when its presented.
Unfortunately this happens a lot with standby. My recommendation is to turn standby off or change the options so it doesn't turn the hard drives off. If you want to change the settings or turn hibernate off go into the control panel from the start menu. In there open the power options. In there you can set all the standby options. Try to set the hibernate option to never first. Then if that does not work try changing the hard drive option to never like i described earlier.
here is a temporary fix, but you may like it as a permanent one. Use the Windows hibernate mode. It actually works every time! Windows makes a "System screen shot" and stores it on hard drive and then powers off. Just be aware that you must ensure enough hard drive space for this. I am using this mode every day now.
I think your system is trying to reject the power-saving features selected in Windows or at CMOS settings. Try turning off (or disabling) one feature at a time. I still think hibernate is the way to go. Here is a useful tip: to force hibernate (after it has been enabled) select START-SHUT DOWN and hover over STANDBY button and then hit the SHIFT key. The STANDBY button will turn into the HIBERNATE button. This is a quick way to enter hibernate. Remember to enable SYSTEM RESTORE mode so that if anything goes wrong during this "experiment", you can easily restore Windows system. I also use RESTORE but I also "clean house" once a month by turning it off and Disk scan and defrag and turning it back on.