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Windows 7: Second monitor dropout power scheme at fault?

20 Nov 2014   #1
Machinst2

Queensland
 
 
Second monitor dropout power scheme at fault?

Hi

Usually I'm able to Google my way through any issues I have p.c wise, however I cant seem to find any info on my problem which is a little annoying so I have landed here as a last ditch effort to resolve it.

I have noticed that when I allow the p.c to enter power saving mode and the displays switch off I start to hear the alert for new hardware connected and hardware disconnected - its spams constantly on off, on off etc...

When I wake the p.c all my windows that where on the second display have moved over to the main one and i have to go put everything back.

I don't know if it is a problem with my hardware or if its something in the system settings that I am overlooking and any help would be appreciated.

I hope I have explained this in a manner that somebody which suitable knowledge will understand and thanks in advance for any with advice.


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20 Nov 2014   #2
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

hi welcome to the forum

i would narrow down what port it is that think something is plugging in and out. remove the front panel usb blug from the motherboard and see if sound goes away.
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20 Nov 2014   #3
Machinst2

Queensland
 
 

Yes you have a good point which I didn't consider.
However if I unplug the second display while the p.c is running I get the hardware disconnected sound.
That alert is usually reserved for USB devices, although I'm still at a loss why it happens when my p.c employs its power-scheme settings and why my monitor drops out and everything has to be re-positioned.
Thanks for the tip, will look into abnormal USB behavior as I am getting a message saying that my USB device can perform faster which I am starting to assume is related to my issue.
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20 Nov 2014   #4
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

it kinda sounds like the port for the second monitor is faulty. but i never heard or seen a sound for connect and disconnect from a monitor just usb. maybe the cable on the second monitor is faulty can you try another cable?
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21 Nov 2014   #5
Machinst2

Queensland
 
 

Yeah you got it in one with the faulty port.
Fortunately its not an issue once I swapped it out for another port.
The USB issue was a faulty extension cord I replaced and I'm not getting the 'device can run faster' message anymore.

Thanks again for your help - Kudos mate!
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21 Nov 2014   #6
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

Your welcome
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