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When returning to my PC after sleep mode initiates my monitor appears as the picture below. The monitor is a 24 inch Manufactured by AOC, model E2460Sw and is recognized as an AOC 2460 by Windows 10. It is an analog monitor so I am using a converter from the PC's HDMI output to a 15 Pin VGA monitor cable. The small square (lower right of center) in the attached is the mouse pointer.

 

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I have not tried any remedies thus far. 

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Did the experts all go to sleep? 

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Need to bump this for a solution from the pros...ideas?

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I'm seeing EXACTLY the same problem with an HP monitor and  HDMI connector to a brand new HP Pavilion 550-150 running factory-loaded Win 10 Home Ed.   I'm' current on updates as of today.

 

The only workaround I've tried so far is making sure that it never goes to sleep :(

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Hey guys, I've been having the exact same problem after sleep mode.

 

The only work around I've found is to wait or turn off the screen and then press any key or move the mouse. By doing this you avoid making hard resets. 

 

On the screen configuration, you have to put 1min to turn off or configure a button (power button in my case) to turn off the screen. So when it returns from sleep mode you only wait one minute or turn off the screen and then "gualá".

 

I think it is a GPU error.

 

 

 

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Sorry -- great ideas, but they didn't work for me.   When I move the mouse around, I can see a distortion in the pattern of vertical lines, like a bubble, that seems to move with it.   But turning the display on and off doesn't help.    And pressing the keyboard doesn't seem to make any difference, either

 

I'm surprised HP hasn't jumped in on this thread -- this probably affects quite a number of people

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I'm having the same issue, but it doesn't look like there is a fix for this?

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Hello nywolf, 

 

Try updating your windows 10 software. Haven't had that issue for over a year.

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Thanks, but been on Windows 10 since it came out :- |

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