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GVision 17" has a box on screen

A 4X4" box has appeared on the upper right hand quadrant of screen. Mouse will work under the box. Left half of the box is solid green, and the right half is light pink background with diagonal light green lines in foreground. Changed computers, same problem. Any ideas?

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Re: GVision 17" has a box on screen

Never buy this mionitor because sent for repair but Rma rejected

Posted on Nov 03, 2010

Re: GVision 17" has a box on screen

Hello Richard, I hope you have solved the problem, I had the same box in the right bottom corner and found in the menu a section PIP turn this one of and the bax will disappear. Hope this will help you. Kind regards,

Posted on Dec 30, 2006

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