Can I make my Monitor stay on all the time?

I have a benq gl2450hm 24 inch monitor connected to my 7850 via dvi. however I need my monitor to be on all the time as it takes a few seconds to turn on from standby when it reiceves a siginal from my pc. this means i cannot see the bsod screen or motherboard screen or other important information which is really annoying. I cant find a setting in the menu for my monitor that stops m monitor from going into standby when there is no siginal? any ideas? thanks! :)
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  1. There is no such setting on the monitor. The only way to keep the monitor powered up is to have your PC always send it a signal. . .
  2. PhilFrisbie said:
    There is no such setting on the monitor. The only way to keep the monitor powered up is to have your PC always send it a signal. . .

    And im guessing theres no way to do that :< guess i wont be seeing any important info next time i oc my cpu too far :(
  3. I have had the same issue, and all you need to do is hit control-alt-delete after a few seconds once or twice to see the BIOS messages. That gives your monitor time to fire up the backlight. . .
  4. Ed Hunter said:
    And im guessing theres no way to do that :< guess i wont be seeing any important info next time i oc my cpu too far :(


    Just as a quick fix, turn your monitor off then on, when you turn on your computer.
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    i wont be seeing any important info next time i oc my cpu too far
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    Did you not read my post "Just as a quick fix, turn your monitor off then on, when you turn on your computer."

    Also your link leads to a 1x1 image!!!
  6. Technoflicks said:
    Did you not read my post "Just as a quick fix, turn your monitor off then on, when you turn on your computer."

    Also your link leads to a 1x1 image!!!

    Thanks will do that and use ctrl alt del if it still doeseny work :)
  7. Technoflicks said:
    Just as a quick fix, turn your monitor off then on, when you turn on your computer.

    Yes, that is another solution that may work.
  8. Ed Hunter said:
    Thanks will do that and use ctrl alt del if it still doeseny work :)


    Best answer? :ange:
  9. Me, ME! ;)
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