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[FIXED] Picture shutting off

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hey guys,
this is week 2 with my new build (see sig). im running windows home premium 64 bit. theres one thing happening that i just cant find the cause of and im looking for help.

it seems that the display feed is killing at 15 min idle intervals. basically, if im not doing anything (watching a movie or just not touching the pc) the monitor will go black and say no signal. i have to turn the monitor off and back on to get the display back. im using the onboard vid card for now. and the monitor is an auria 27" EQ276W 27" IPS LED Monitor.

i cant find anything in the monitor settings or in windows.

thoughts?
thanks in advance
Edited by weezymagic - 9/19/12 at 12:18am
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click START then type POWER OPTIONS, press enter, a window will pop up, on the left pane of that window click CHOOSE WHEN TO TURN OFF THE DISPLAY
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