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Monitor power and screen appearance
Detailed instructions for AppleVision software are provided in
Macintosh Guide (called Mac OS Guide on some computers) and in Monitors
& Sound Guide. System 7.1 users can view AppleVision software instructions
in Adobe Acrobat Reader by opening the Monitors & Sound doc.pdf file
(located in the AppleVision Extras folder). For Windows users, detailed
instructions about onscreen controls are provided in Chapter 4, “Using Your
Monitor With Windows-Based Computers.”
The monitor’s power indicator light doesn’t come on.
m Make sure the monitor power button is turned on.
m Make sure the computer is turned on.
The monitor’s power indicator light won’t turn green unless your computer
m Make sure an energy saver program isn’t active on the computer.
The monitor’s indicator light is amber when an energy saver program is on.
Also, it may take some time to wake up your computer after you use an
m Make sure the power cord is plugged in properly.
If the monitor power cord is plugged into your computer, make sure your
computer is on and the cord is firmly plugged in.
If the monitor power cord is plugged into a grounded wall outlet, make sure
the cord is firmly plugged in. Check to see whether power to the outlet has
been interrupted. You can test the outlet by plugging in something that you
know works—like a desk lamp or radio. If the test appliance works, but the
monitor doesn’t, contact an Apple-authorized dealer or service provider.
m Make sure the monitor cable is connected to your computer properly.
m Make sure the thumbscrews on the monitor cable are tightened securely.
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