Bad video signal on monitor standby
I have a Cornerstone 21/81 professional graphincs monitor I bought refurbished a year ago. Nice 21 inch display, up to 100 Hz, 1600 X 1200.
My graphics card is a Leadtek GeForce 2 GTS 64 MB Pro. Mobo KK266, 1.2 Gig tbird @ 1385 (163X8.5) 256 MB Kingmax PC150, Win98 SE.
It has worked flawlessly until the 7.52 drivers...after the 15 minutes of inactivity the monitor gives a rapid "bad signal" & goes off. I can revert back to the 6.88's without a hitch, but prefer 11.01
When I move the mouse, the video comes right back, but for 20 seconds it's vibrating like a chipmonk having an orgasm.
PM is disabled in BIOS & Windows power management scheme is off – latest motherboard & video card BIOS. Dug up the Cornerstone monitor drivers – same dif.
Everything is fine otherwise
Now, before you say, stay with the 6.88 drivers, I'm just looking for some insight, ‘cause I get better performance with the 11.01 than the 6.88’s.
I suppose this should be a lesson not to buy an obsolete monitor....but it was so cheap.
Anyone come across this issue before? Any suggestions?
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