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The cable from my monitor to my computer is secure but I'll check all
others. In order to get my monitor to come back on I have to reboot. And it
is very aggravating because I can't see when I'm trying to save by using
Ctrl-S! Especially when I have multiple programs open. Oh and also, I
recently replaced my monitor because it was happening with the last one.
It's probably something stupid.
Thanks so much.
From: David Berg [mailto:dberg -at- dmpnet -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1:06 PM
To: Nolder, Kimberley; TECHWR-L
Subject: RE: Monitor shutting off
> My monitor (Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 91) keeps shutting off on me. Not my
> computer, just my monitor. I have all the powersave options turned off but
> it the middle of my work it just goes out. I got a new monitor so
> this isn't
> the problem. And it is also not my screensaver. Has anyone ever had this
> strange problem? It happens no matter what software I'm working in.
First, what does it take to get your monitor back on again?
Second, never assume that just because something is new (in this case, your
monitor) that it can't be defective.
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