|08 Oct 2012||#1|
How Can I Fix Long Monitor Startup Delay
My monitor remains in powersaver mode until windows logon screen comes up. This started happening a while ago and i have been putting off asking baout it. I have searched google but have found no answers. I am unable to browse bios or anything and it is really annoying.
Primary Monitor (Monitor in question): Dell ST2420L
Secondary Monitor: NS-46L780A12 (Insignia Television)
Graphics Card: GeForce GTX590
Windows 7 64-bit
Steps to reproduce problem:
1. Turn on computer
2. Monitor does not display until logon info needs to be put into windows
If anymore info is needed, let me know.
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|11 Oct 2012||#10|
Im unsure what booting in safe mode is going to accomplish... the monitor is still going to be in hybernation mode and it is going to be difficult to start it in boot. I will have to look up the exact keystrokes since i cant see anything on my monitor...
my keyboard also takes a while to startup too i think. its hard to tell since i cant test it because i cant see whats going on!
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