Monitors to suck in energy saving mode

I have a Lenovo, the type of machine 7747, IdeaCentre K330B. When I turn on the PC, the monitor displays Lenovo, and then displays the power saving mode. I took the Lenovo monitor to another PC and it works fine. I tried a different monitor on the Lenovo PC and still get the power saving mode. Even tried a different cable and still got the same results. No idea as to what would cause this?

Yes, I thought he was in the PC. What I did to solve it's that reset the CMOS. All is well now.

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