In the past few days, the OSD display panel on my monitor has started popping up. Sometimes it will drop out again, and sometimes I have to go to exit to get rid of it. But increasingly it is not responding, and stays on for several minutes, blocking the centre of the screen.
Anybody got a solution, please? The handbook doesn't help (and I am no techie, I'm afraid).
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I assume by "adjustment screen" you mean the OSD (On Screen Display). This is the box where the menus for adjusting the screen appear. If I'm correct, that means you have pushed the "menu" button on your LCD and need to push it again to turn the OSD off. If pushing it again does not solve the problem I would say it's time to have the LCD repaired. In many, but not all, that OSD goes off on it's own after a bit.
just to make sure we are talking about the same thing, when talking
about the OSD (on-screen display) that normally refers to the monitor
only, such as the menu to adjust horizontal positioning, or the mode
(digital or analog) setting. Is that what you are talking about? If so,
what does it say?<br />
Did this just start? Have you recently changed resolution settings? I note in your manual the following warning:<br />
<blockquote><font color="Navy">The On Screen Display manager also features pop-up<br />
warning messages for certain situations, such as if you<br />
attempt to set the monitor resolution outside the<br />
recommended range.</font></blockquote>It also says:<blockquote>Your monitor is optimized for 1024 X 768 @ 60 Hz. </blockquote>Are all cable connections secure?<br /><br />And if you right click on the Desktop > Properties > Settings, what is the resolution set to?
1024x768 it will be ok<br />
The problem of OSD Menus popping up automatically are usually caused due to a faulty switch in the Menu button which is getting switched on automatically.
This menu will not harm the computer but constant OSD menu will most probably lead to permanent damage to the pixels in the LCD screen plus it is a constant irritation to your eyes which are most precious.
This problem can be rectified by replacing the faulty menu switch. Hope this solves your problem Thanks.
I thinks your OSD Setting time set to high... Open on screen display on your monitor, go to OSD Settings and look for OSD hold time and setting to 10 seconds. If that doesn't work...reset to Factory Resettings.
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