04-10-2012 02:54 PM
Hi there. I am working with two monitors. The first is a ViewSonic VX2250wm LED monitor, connected to the desktop (Lenovo ThinkCentre M90p) via a
05-01-2012 11:26 PM
There is possibility that you may want to check if you the drivers for the monitor installed. There are times whereby the graphocs card will require all display drivers to be installed in order to function accurate. I suggest to give that a try and see how it goes.
Do let me know on the update.
05-02-2012 01:55 PM - edited 05-02-2012 02:10 PM
The Viewsonic drivers are current. I also turned off sleep settings in Win7, updated the Lenovo BIOS and Nvidida drivers as well. Note that is only a problem with the DVI-Displayport Monitor; the second VGA monitor has never lost its signal.
I am increasingly thinking that the problem is the monitor, but then I find things like these on this site:
and also wonder if it is due to the displayport for the GPU instead. But I still am not sure if that above problem is the same as mine, since I only lose the signal a while after the computer and display have been on, not after turning off the monitor.
05-02-2012 06:24 PM
I checked out the fix, i think its worth giving it a shot as it is almost the same as what you are are facing but only in a diffrent manor. At dispoint its a bit hard hard for me to determined what causes it. I had initally thought about what you said in regards to the display port of the GPU, but after verifying with the link you posted that may be the soluton there.
By the way may i know what exactly you did that possibly may trigger for the display to shut? Were you just surfing the net normally or were you working on a specific project that require high processing?