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    Question Monitor remains in power saving mode!!!!!!!!!!!!! Urgent help needed

    Recently i have bought a new PC, and two days ago i detected a problem in my new LG E2042T 20" monitor. the problem is , when my pc is not run for a long time specially at morning, after going the "power saving mode(monitor)" if i press the power button of CPU, The Pc will boot but the monitor doesn't get any signal from my CPU, that means the monitor doesn't start. if i restart, the monitor will run normally with CPU. Here is the video of my prb.



    But its a matter of wondering that if i press the power button of CPU before going the "power saving mode(monitor)", the pc will normaly run. that means i have to quickly press the power button of CPU to Run my monitor. see the video



    I tested that This problem doesn't appear when my PC is run for a long time whatever it is gaming or normal HTPC work. i can not understand that is it the prb of my monitor?? or my GPU??

    Plz Help me

    Updated!!!

    yesterday, i changed my operating system and switched to win 8. i checked at morning but prb wasn't gone. bt when I detached the GPU from mobo and tested again, the prb was not appeared.The pc was started normally.i am sure that it is not a prb of my monitor, now what can i do???? PLZ help !!
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    Seems to me its a problem of monitor power circuitry. Waiting for experts opinion here regarding this matter. @avas911

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    Did you try connecting them monitor to another port on the GPU? Or even the MOBO? Because the problem can just as easily be on one of those ports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafi02 View Post
    Recently i have bought a new PC, and two days ago i detected a problem in my new LG E2042T 20" monitor. the problem is , when my pc is not run for a long time specially at morning, after going the "power saving mode(monitor)" if i press the power button of CPU, The Pc will boot but the monitor doesn't get any signal from my CPU, that means the monitor doesn't start. if i restart, the monitor will run normally with CPU. Here is the video of my prb.



    But its a matter of wondering that if i press the power button of CPU before going the "power saving mode(monitor)", the pc will normaly run. that means i have to quickly press the power button of CPU to Run my monitor. see the video



    I tested that This problem doesn't appear when my PC is run for a long time whatever it is gaming or normal HTPC work. i can not understand that is it the prb of my monitor?? or my GPU??

    Plz Help me

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    @aayman vai, your post is all messed up. Posting once is causing multiple posts to show up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by AAA Chosen One View Post
    @aayman vai, your post is all messed up. Posting once is causing multiple posts to show up.
    better dont mention that , eita net er jonne hoise..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafi02 View Post
    Recently i have bought a new PC, and two days ago i detected a problem in my new LG E2042T 20" monitor. the problem is , when my pc is not run for a long time specially at morning, after going the "power saving mode(monitor)" if i press the power button of CPU, The Pc will boot but the monitor doesn't get any signal from my CPU, that means the monitor doesn't start. if i restart, the monitor will run normally with CPU. Here is the video of my prb.








    But its a matter of wondering that if i press the power button of CPU before going the "power saving mode(monitor)", the pc will normaly run. that means i have to quickly press the power button of CPU to Run my monitor. see the video



    I tested that This problem doesn't appear when my PC is run for a long time whatever it is gaming or normal HTPC work. i can not understand that is it the prb of my monitor?? or my GPU??

    Plz Help me

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    look into gpu soft amd vision engine power
    disable power saving ... try with blanced or high performance mode
    but after monitor goes blank. keyboard or mouse er input e to display pabar kotha .... maybe this particular monitor has some settings ... user manual dekhte paren

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    I guess it may be windows power option problem. You can try this -

    Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options\Edit Plan Settings

    Change this settings >

    Turn of display - Never
    Put Computer to sleep - Never

    Then go to advance power settings >

    Hard disk\Turn of Hard disk - Never
    Sleep\Sleep After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Hybrid Sleep - Of
    Sleep\ Hibernate After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Wake Times - Disable
    Display\Turn Of Display After - Never
    Multimedia Settings\When Sharing Media - Prevent Idling To Sleep

    BTW your windows start up takes good amount of time . It should be lesser. Look in the windows start up programs settings. During the start up whether there are too much programs running on background or not.

    Quote Originally Posted by genocide_cutter View Post
    but after monitor goes blank. keyboard or mouse er input e to display pabar kotha
    Yap that's a thing to concern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genocide_cutter View Post
    better dont mention that , eita net er jonne hoise..

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    look into gpu soft amd vision engine power
    disable power saving ... try with blanced or high performance mode
    but after monitor goes blank. keyboard or mouse er input e to display pabar kotha .... maybe this particular monitor has some settings ... user manual dekhte paren
    keyboard mouse sob e line pai bt monitor ase na. normally monitor asar age tit kore ekta sound hoi, bt tokhon sei sound ta ase na

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    I guess it may be windows power option problem. You can try this -

    Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options\Edit Plan Settings

    Change this settings >

    Turn of display - Never
    Put Computer to sleep - Never

    Then go to advance power settings >

    Hard disk\Turn of Hard disk - Never
    Sleep\Sleep After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Hybrid Sleep - Of
    Sleep\ Hibernate After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Wake Times - Disable
    Display\Turn Of Display After - Never
    Multimedia Settings\When Sharing Media - Prevent Idling To Sleep

    BTW your windows start up takes good amount of time . It should be lesser. Look in the windows start up programs settings. During the start up whether there are too much programs running on background or not.



    Yap that's a thing to concern.

    switched to win 8, dekhi kal sokale ki hoi. jodi prb pai tobe kal GPU khule test korbo

    updated!!
    the prb appears again!! now detached the GPU from mobo, let wait and see

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    Updated!!!

    I detached the GPU from mobo and tested, the prb was not appeared.The pc was started normally.i am sure that it is not a prb of my monitor, now what can i do???? PLZ help !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Did you try connecting them monitor to another port on the GPU? Or even the MOBO? Because the problem can just as easily be on one of those ports.
    yesterday, i changed my operating system and switched to win 8. i checked at morning but prb wasn't gone. bt when I detached the GPU from mobo and tested again, the prb was not appeared.The pc was started normally.i am sure that it is not a prb of my monitor, now what can i do???? PLZ help !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznov View Post
    driver problem kortesena to abar?
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    Rafi bro, oi obosthae log off korar try kore dekhte paren.
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    ami gotokal win 8 install diase bt GPU er driver install daine. sokale sei same prb!! bikale GPU khule mobo er sathe monitor connect dise and 6hr pc off rekhe ektu age chalu korlam. pc normally chalu holo. ete ki GPU er prb hote pare??
    Last edited by Ghost Riley; January 13th, 2013 at 17:33.

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    have u checked again after connecting ur gpu???


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    I did not get what you mean detached and test again, you mean disconnect from the MOBO and then reconnect it to the MOBO? You specifications say you have a 7850, so you should be connecting it to the GPU, not the MOBO.

    Btw, don't bump threads unless you don't get a reply in 24 hours.

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    Ok read your other post, if the problem occurs when you connect it to the GPU only, then it's either the GPU port or something wrong with the PCI-E slot of the MOBO. Try to use a different port of the GPU, there should be many. Or if you can, get a GPU from someone else and test it. That should isolate the problem to GPU or the PCIE Slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    have u checked again after connecting ur gpu???
    No, i will attach the GPU tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    I did not get what you mean detached and test again, you mean disconnect from the MOBO and then reconnect it to the MOBO? You specifications say you have a 7850, so you should be connecting it to the GPU, not the MOBO.

    Btw, don't bump threads unless you don't get a reply in 24 hours.

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    Ok read your other post, if the problem occurs when you connect it to the GPU only, then it's either the GPU port or something wrong with the PCI-E slot of the MOBO. Try to use a different port of the GPU, there should be many. Or if you can, get a GPU from someone else and test it. That should isolate the problem to GPU or the PCIE Slot.
    There is a DVI and a HDMI port on my GPU, my monitor doesn't support HDMI, so i have no option to use different port.

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    There are cables with one end HDMI and one end DVI, see if you can borrow one of those.

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    Sounds rather like a bios issue where it's failing to recall the video bios on wake up after sleep, try switching the power saving state from S3 to S1 and vice versa from your motherboard's bios, that might solve the problem. None of your hardwares are at fault. This has nothing to do with monitor's circuitry btw, and I'm just curious, do you perhaps have a lot of memory on your pc? Often when pc's go into sleep, it hibernates and whatever that's on your memory gets dumped into a file on your hard drive, the larger amount of memory you have the longer it takes to load, upon wake up please check the hard drive indicator to see if it's working, and try pressing the keys and moving the mouse/clicking a few times or pressing ctrl, alt and del together to see if the task manager shows up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Sounds rather like a bios issue where it's failing to recall the video bios on wake up after sleep, try switching the power saving state from S3 to S1 and vice versa from your motherboard's bios, that might solve the problem. None of your hardwares are at fault. This has nothing to do with monitor's circuitry btw, and I'm just curious, do you perhaps have a lot of memory on your pc? Often when pc's go into sleep, it hibernates and whatever that's on your memory gets dumped into a file on your hard drive, the larger amount of memory you have the longer it takes to load, upon wake up please check the hard drive indicator to see if it's working, and try pressing the keys and moving the mouse/clicking a few times or pressing ctrl, alt and del together to see if the task manager shows up.
    I totally disable the hibernate and sleep mode, and these power settings are applied,

    Turn of display - Never
    Put Computer to sleep - Never

    Then go to advance power settings >

    Hard disk\Turn of Hard disk - Never
    Sleep\Sleep After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Hybrid Sleep - Of
    Sleep\ Hibernate After - Never
    Sleep\Allow Wake Times - Disable
    Display\Turn Of Display After - Never
    Multimedia Settings\When Sharing Media - Prevent Idling To Sleep

    my prb is, when i "turned off" my pc for long time (2-7hr), then the prb appears and in this case monitor is connected with my GPU. The mouse and keyboard get connection well and CPU starts normally but my motitor doesn't get signal from GPU!! hard drive indicator working. if i restart, The CPU and monitor will start normally.

    but when i detach my gpu from mobo and connect the monitor with mobo, the prb doesn't appear that means this is not a prb of Memory

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    POWER MANAGEMENT STATUS of my bios
    Attachment 26654

    which one have to change??

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    ei problem ta amaro majhe majhe hoy. Graphics card khule reseat korle amarta thik hoye jay. I'm not sure whether this will work for you or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    ei problem ta amaro majhe majhe hoy. Graphics card khule reseat korle amarta thik hoye jay. I'm not sure whether this will work for you or not.
    YESS!!! it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GPU reset kore 3hr por chalu dilam. prb ta holo na. kal sokal porjonto dekhe ki hoi. ekjon songi paye valoi lagse, khub tensed silam ei koidin. achcha eta kon dhoroner prb?? GPU er naki GPU slot er??? ber korte peresen ki??

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    I'm sure there's a very simple solution to this, try updating your motherboard's bios or your video bios, or both.

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