Just to let you know that it was exactly what I wanted. It's my new (one year old) LCD monitor, I don't know why but when it goes to the powersave mode, it cannot just get back to normal. Is it related to the video card or the power cord ... or something else? I don't know. But I replaced the video dcard and the LCD has still the same issues (even if I replaced it it through Samsung). I really think that because I'm in an old appartment the power might be a not totally regular and it might creates problem with the LCD when it tries to come back to normal power. I'm totally unsure of what would be the next steps to correct that situation. The simplest solution was to tell the OS to always keep my monitor on. This, in the long term, is not a great value since I will lose it faster (the screen is expected to last x days active, if I keep it always active, it will run about one third of the time). but for now, I will not have to unplug it totally and replug it each time.
Thanks and have a nice day.
2006/10/23, Ian Chapman <[email protected]>:
> Sorry to jump in on this thread, but if that works you'll get 1st prize for
> fix of the year. I've had to suffer my Compaq P700 monitors going into
> standby for many months, even years, when I've been trying to concentrate on
> reading something, and had no idea how to fix it.
> Thanks in advance if this works. As Arnie says "I'll be back" if it don't
Well good luck. It should work, at least it does for me :-) I use this
for linux boxes that act as point of information / public internet
terminals so that people realise they are "on" and not dead.
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