Display going off in windows 7

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March 29, 2010 at 08:01:55
Specs: Windows 7
Hi guys, I have installed windows 7 os 3 days
back. I have got a problem. The moniter turns
off though computer is switched on(system not
turned off by me). This happens 2 to 3 times a
day and at intervals of 4-5 hrs.

CPU Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU
E2180 @ 2.00GHz


Computer And Other Details
Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co.,
Ltd.
Product Name 945GCM-S2L
PC System Type Desktop
Machine Type AT/AT COMPATIBLE
Infrared (IR) Supported No
Physical Memory 2040 MB Total, 1103
MB Free
Memory Load 46%
Virtual Memory 4080 MB Total, 2833 MB Free
PageFile Name C:\pagefile.sys
PageFile Size 2039 MB
In use 285 MB
Max used 291 MB
Registry Size 47 MB (current), 682 MB
(maximum)
Profile GUID {1f658ec0-2f1d-11de-b08e-
806e6f6e6963}
The system clock interval 15 ms


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#1
March 29, 2010 at 09:28:28
this natural, if you want to keep the monitor on at all times you will have to change the power settings. control panel/power options

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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#2
March 29, 2010 at 10:12:21
thanks for reply. I have changed the power options as follows.

Turn Off The Display : Never
Put The Computer To Sleep : Never

But no change. The problem is system doesn't turnoff, but
moniter turns off, it doesn't recover with the move of mouse or
keyboard (just a blank screen, doesn't respond to Ctrl-Alt-Del
function). Again to recover, i have to restart.


Please Help !!


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#3
March 29, 2010 at 13:15:21
Try the High Performance power settings:

Require password on: Yes
Turn off hard disks after: 20 minutes
Wireless adapter settings — Power Saving Mode: Maximum Performance
Sleep — Sleep after: Never
Sleep — Hibernate after: Never
USB Settings — USB Selective suspend setting: Disabled
Power button action: Shut Down
Start menu power button action: Sleep
PCI Express — Link State Power Management: Off
Processor Power Management — Minimum Processor State — 100%
Processor Power Management — Maximum Processor State — 100%
Search and Indexing — Power savings mode: High Performance.
Turn off the display: 20 minutes
Adaptive display: Off
Multimedia settings — When sharing media: Allow the computer to enter Away Mode

Oh & BTW, it's a good idea to have your PC &/or monitor go into power saving mode or turned off when not in use for an extended period of time.

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