I really hope you can try and help me with this.
While I was trying to boot from a CD (GParted Live), the monitor was working and then after few second of showing the boot menu of GParted, it displayed that there is "NO SIGNAL" and entered Power Saving Mode. Clicking on the keyboard didn't wake him up.
Now, I accessed BIOS, and wanted to see if while I'm inside BIOS it will to that. I managed to access the BIOS just fine, and after few minutes, the monitor displayed a massage that there is no signal and it entered Power Saving Mode.
The odd thing is that when I'm logged inside windows - it doesn't do that.
Can you help me find where is the problem and help me fix it?
GPU: Radeon HD 5850 (GV-R585OC-1GD)
Monitor: LG 24MP76 (Connected to GPU through HDMI)
Motherboard: GA-P55A-UD4P (rev. 1.0)
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate
After I'm trying to upgrade my graphics card driver, when I restart my computer - the monitor works until some point in the middle of loading the OS (Windows 7) and then my monitor says that there is "no signal" and that it is entering "Power Saving Mode". (The Power Plan in Windows Power Options is set to High performance - The display is set to never go off).
I used a Restore Point to be able to get the monitor working and gain access to Windows again.
I removed my graphics card out of its place and put it back in - but it didn't fix the issue.
Thanks for everyone who's reading this and trying to help