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Keeping display on when Windows is locked


jpbcx43

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Good morning all,

I recently setup a 1024x600 ELECROW Raspberry Pi Monitor 7 Inch Touchscreen IPS Display from Amazon. Running my sensor panel with no problems. I believe I recall reading a thread on this forum that it is possible to keep the sensor panel on and active when Windows is locked, however when I lock my screen, the panel goes into standby mode.

This panel is connected to my 4080's HDMI port, and the display is powered via a separate USB cable runs to my powered hub.

Does AIDA64 have support for this panel to keep it powered on and active when Windows is locked? My SteelSeries keyboard's little LCD screen stays active when locked, but not this display panel for some reason.

Running Aida64 v6.85.6329 Beta.

Thanks in advance.

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56 minutes ago, jpbcx43 said:

Good morning all,

I recently setup a 1024x600 ELECROW Raspberry Pi Monitor 7 Inch Touchscreen IPS Display from Amazon. Running my sensor panel with no problems. I believe I recall reading a thread on this forum that it is possible to keep the sensor panel on and active when Windows is locked, however when I lock my screen, the panel goes into standby mode.

This panel is connected to my 4080's HDMI port, and the display is powered via a separate USB cable runs to my powered hub.

Does AIDA64 have support for this panel to keep it powered on and active when Windows is locked? My SteelSeries keyboard's little LCD screen stays active when locked, but not this display panel for some reason.

Running Aida64 v6.85.6329 Beta.

Thanks in advance.

Regular monitors are managed by Windows, so we have no control over when do they go to sleep or wake up.

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