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OSD display on Relisys monitor 15" TH-561-RU

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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  • heilly Sep 11, 2008

    Thank you, amit_cis_sof, I will try this.

  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    driver

  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    the OSD on my moniter appeared randomly and keeps scrolling through the options even if no buttons are being pressed and wont let me exit the menu

  • martyw123 Nov 27, 2008

    F-419 monitor started the osd adjustment menu randomly in the center of the screen. Stays on, goes off, comes back on for no reason. Changed monitors and seems to be specific only to my F-419. No viruses on PC that would cause this.

  • koshin Dec 12, 2008

    Same problem here.

    OSD appears randomly, with most cases set Brightness to maximum.
    I moved osd to the left bottom corner, to work, but problem is very anoying.


  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    qsq

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Please reinstall ur display driver i was getting same problem u can also download driver software

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