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Question about my HP desktop model p6-2003 computer blue light on and moniter going to sleep moniter going to sleep

Have owned dell this is my first hewlett packard fist the icons left fixed that and now I haft to shut off power and then it comes on and works. I am on it now. but earlier moniter would go to sleep while computer was on whats wrong?

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In control panel, select the power Options,, Change the preffered plans to HIGH PERFORMANCE then click on change plan settings, change turn of diaplayto never and put computer to sleep never... Remember to turn on your screen saver and put the pc to sleep manually when not using it.

this is a common problem and caused by corrupted registry entries. The popper fix is to reformat or restore the system.

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SOURCE: i have a cisnet not exactly sure what model my sister gave me

chack the monitor cable with c.p.u and other probleam is your R.A.M is not work fine

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SOURCE: Picture is too big on computer moniter

try to change the Display settings with a higher resolution, example 1024 x 768. It's under control panel - Display and Settings Tab.

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SOURCE: HP Slimline Pavillion s3123w monitor going to sleep.

Sounds like the motherboard might be bad but go thru these steps.


Unseat and reseat the memory one stick at a time in each slot one at at time and turn on the computer after each stick reinsertion.


If that doesn't get the video to come back up then go ahead and unseat and reseat the CPU. Then try turning on the computer.

If that doesn't do it, make sure there is no power going to the hard drive or the dvd drive. Then try turning on the computer.

If you do all of these steps and you still have no video, then the motherboard is bad and would need to be replaced.


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HP has been really great with my pavillion desktop and its out of warranty and they still help me with the issues and help me solve them it may take a while to get it taken care of you may have to emial back in forth to get your promblem taken care of. Here is the email support that you can try just provide the modle number and the serial number that should be located on one side of the computer or on the bottom of the tower, and Good Luck!
PAVILION_SUPPORT_EN@MAIL.SUPPORT.HP.COM

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The problem can be correct in the control panel power options..

select hig performance as the preferred plan,

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