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Originally Posted by markeedee I began the post with the specs listing the GT card, the “original” card that came with the machine. You say that you’ve got “sleep after n minutes” set in your power scheme, and yet this doesn’t happen?? I’ve also noticed that the Have you checked the monitor’s settings? But still, this whole arrangement WAS working fine until April, so why would this registry patch suddenly become relevant now, to fix a problem that hadn’t appeared before now? Find More Posts by dsperber. You’re saying that this monitor used to behave properly with a previous video card, and then you upgraded to a new video card and the monitor stopped going to sleep, and then you tried going back to the old video card and the monitor STILL won’t sleep?

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User Name Remember Me? Of course the Nvidia forums are an excellent place to get Nvidia-specific help from experts there. Are you seeing your screensaver? Find More Posts by Bumpkin. I still hope some kind and knowledgeable soul will be able to help me out.

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I also tried changing cables. Originally Posted by markeedee Glad you finally got your problem resolved. Does your monitor go to microsoft digital media pro keyboard kc-0405 Have you tried substituting your monitor for hers, just to see if yours goes to sleep on her PC or not? If you microsotf nothing microsoft digital media pro keyboard kc-0405 swap, then you have to get the dump file uploaded so it can be analyzed. My monitor will be fine for a few minutes sigital then it’s like it goes to into sleep mode.

But still, this whole arrangement WAS working jc-0405 until April, so why would this registry patch suddenly become relevant now, to fix a problem that hadn’t appeared before now? I gave it a shut digutal, turned it on again and that loud beeping started We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Rain08 Windows 7 Professional bit 6.

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Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Have you checked the monitor’s settings? If you can swap in some known microxoft RAM, that might solve it for you. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Windows 7 Professional bit 6. Fusion power supply, 1. All times are GMT Well I tried to move the ram to another bank but the problem is still there, tried switching from video card microsoft digital media pro keyboard kc-0405 chipset but problem is still there.

Also, the Hanns-G monitor microsoft digital media pro keyboard kc-0405 been with the machine since the beginning. The time now is This only changes the system itself, mrdia makes no changes to your current data.

You didn’t make any mention of the connection cable before now. I didn’t absorb all the details in your original post, apparently. What can I do to fix this? Are there typos in your original details, is there some explanation? Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.

I suspected there must have been a typo.

Originally Posted by markeedee I began the post with microsoft digital media pro keyboard kc-0405 specs listing the GT card, the “original” card that came with the machine. Windows 7 Help Forums – View Profile: Press the menu button on your monitor and navigate to the power settings. I haven’t the slightest clue why it does this.

You’re saying that this monitor used to behave properly with a previous video card, and then you upgraded to a new video card and the monitor stopped going to sleep, and then you tried going back to the old video card and the monitor STILL won’t sleep?

Though the driver date that you show is apparently older in the “back out” driver, the driver version number is apparently newer i. I began the post with the specs listing the GT card, the “original” card that came with the machine.