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Analoge safe mode

How do you get it out analoge safe mode

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  • Anonymous Jun 06, 2008

    my monitor runs good enough to see things and work on it....but it is always in a power saving "analog" mode...I want it out of this mode

  • aeiguana Aug 11, 2008

    i try everything but don't get it out of this mode

  • Marie-Anne Gallagher
    Marie-Anne Gallagher Oct 27, 2013

    I did this--i.e. clikt XP Screen, got "Display Properties" window, then clikt "Power" button, and lo & behold found that it was set to turn monitor off after 10 minutes, so I clicked here for the Drop Menu, which was humungously long, with a "Never" at the end. I clikt "Never", then clickt "Apply"; then ok & that screen vanished & I was left w the "Display Properties" window so I clikt "OK" & that window also vanished. I think this may solve my problem but have to wait a bit to see if the Monitor stays on. I'm twinkle & hope to get back to u'all with a thumbs up.

  • Marie-Anne Gallagher
    Marie-Anne Gallagher Oct 27, 2013

    Addendum to my immediately-previous comment: The screensaver tab is in the Display Properties dialogue box (or window), as Puneet indicated. When I clikt the power button, the "Power Options Properties" box pops up. Beside "Turn off monitor" is where the Drop Menu is where I selected "Never" at the bottom of the list. ~~~~ At first, all this didn't work, so I went back to the sys desktop & right-clikt & learned this time, how easy it is to apparently select all these changes, and then not have them SAVED! So be sure when you see numbers counting down that u click whatever you're posta clik before u run out of time. In short, BE SURE YOU'RE CHANGES ARE SAVED. My computer has now been on for a couple of hours or so since I made this change, and not once has the screen gone black. And nor has that awful word, "Analog" appeared in the upper right corner of my FLATRON LG Monitor! --MAG



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Go the desktop, right click with mouse and select properties (if it is XP) then it will open Display properties -->

There you need to go to Screen saver and then to Power option

Disable any power off mode on/ Sleep mode. It will solve your problem.

Please rate the solution. Otherwise let me know for further assistance.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 13, 2008

    Otherwise, go to Control Panel there you will find the Power Management or Power Option.

    Either disable the Sleeping mode, Power saver or you can choose the option say 1 Hour, 2 hours etc.




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