Monitor won't go to black in sleep/hibernate?

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by fumier, Nov 1, 2003.

  1. fumier

    fumier Guest

    Dear Egg Spurts - My rebuilt comms tower is working fine with MSI
    K4/Athlon2600XP/GForce5200. Hansol 900P monitor is connected by BNP but
    when tower goes to standby/hibernate, monitor does not go to black as
    before rebuild. Have looked for options in BIOS but can't spot any.
    Back to D-plug I guess?
    All help gratefully received
     
    fumier, Nov 1, 2003
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  2. fumier

    Dan Guest

    Not too sure on this. The only solution I can think of is what you say -
    back to a D Plug, as obviously the BNP remains powered in standby. If
    there's no BIOS option (which I don't reckon there would be unless it killed
    the whole AGP port on standby) there may be a graphcis card tweak or BIOS
    upgrade. Maybe get in touch with the card manufacturer.

    If I come across an answer I'll let ya know!

    Cheers,

    Dan

    www.avensus.co.uk
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    Dan, Nov 2, 2003
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  3. fumier

    fumier Guest

    Thanks Dan. Have gone back to D-plug and "sleep" is fine. It's just
    I'm trying to hang on to my 7 year old Hansol 19" which is still almost
    doing a good job! AGP card is Sparkle GForce 5200/SP8834 with newest
    drivers ( I think) version 4.14.10.4523, 07/28/2003.

    All help gratefully received
     
    fumier, Nov 3, 2003
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    Dan Guest

    7 years? That's the 7 year itch then? time for a Nice.... Sony.... LCD....
    19"... upgrade..... perhaps...? mmmmmm!!

    :))

    Dan

    www.avensus.co.uk
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    Dan, Nov 3, 2003
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  5. fumier

    fumier Guest

    {snippette}
    I might stick with Iiyama 454 which I use as well. USB hub, dwarf
    speakers and 250 UKP. I like the 3 different screen settings. What
    d'ya think? Some Philips look good
     
    fumier, Nov 5, 2003
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