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LG Flatron L1715S monitor goes to sleep and doesn't wake up

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We have about 6 LG Flatron monitors which lately will go to sleep and then dont want to turn back on even though the computer is on and working properly( have made sure of this by connecting another screen up ) . Any ideas on what my be causing this and how to solve it?
 Thanks in advance
 Nick
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Updating my video card driver worked for me.
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