|Originally posted by Kei Clark|
You should also be able to go into the Display Properties>Screen Saver>Power Schemes and set the system to be "Always On" and the monitor to never turn off.
|Originally posted by BenPlace|
I had this exact problem with my Hitachi 57swx20b, and a Radeon ATI card. It turned out to be simple. The TV was set as monitor number 1 and the monitor as monitor 2. So when I turned off the TV the monitor would become number 1. All you need to do is get them both working, and go into the display tab for the ATI driver, and make the TV your 2nd display. Its a blue button.
Hope this helps.