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HP P24h G4 FHD Monitor
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 monitor display can't  get turnoff , even i set it  up on my windows  power , and monitor  display  configuration too 

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@SoluMaker85 -- what are the "power" settings for the monitor within Windows?

 

After some minutes, Windows should tell the monitor to enter "power-saving mode". 

This is not a full power-off situation, but it does reduce the wattage consumed by the monitor to under 20% of when it is fully on.

 

Does the monitor have its own OSD (On Screen Display) ?  Can you use these controls to control power-saving, rather than a "always on" setting?

 

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@Itsmynamethats setting for display , really dont know what should i do herethats setting for display , really dont know what should i do hereturn off for windowsturn off for windows

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@SoluMaker85 -- for the OSD, the "Sleep Timer" is "on", but I do not see how to set the length of time before it kicks in.

 

Also, the "Power-off timer" is "off", preventing the display from doing anything.

 

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when power -off is onwhen power -off is onwhen sleep timer is onwhen sleep timer is on
 
when "power-off timer is on sleep timer automatically comes off & vice versa
 
 
 
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