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Screen goes to Standby WIndows 10

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Wubblux, May 24, 2018.

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  1. Wubblux

    Wubblux Thread Starter

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    Both my screen sometimes go to standby mode. i have AMD graphics and winodws 10 installed.
    This problem occured right after reseting all my Windows 10 data. i never had that before.
    I tried:
    -get the newest driver
    -uninstall all graphic drivers and THEN get the newest Driver

    could it be something else like my Memory? i dunno...

    I can only stop the standby by restarting the Computer
    or sometimes by waiting but then i get glitches with my Screen . ist on the wrong Resolution then or just way to small..
     
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    Check the power options for the display, it's probably set to go to standby after a certain time.
     
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    Just looked at your Speccy data and it seems to be set to turn the display(s) off after 15 minutes !
     
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    @managed ahh ok i changed that now i will give Information if it helped :D
     
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    Ok, let me know.
     
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