Question about Computer Monitors
It is not a programming conflict. It is the button assembly malfunctioning. I have the same problem. I have spent alot of time diagnosing it. The button assembly needs to be replaced but I have looked everywhere for a replacement part but none cane be found because none are sold. It sucks. If you take the case off you can see and remove the button assembly fairly easily. I think if your are good at soldering, the best thing (and only thing you can do) is to purchase individual replacement buttons, remove the old buttons and solder new ones onto the board. I **** greatly at soldering so i will never do it. I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
There is a programing conflict with the moniter there is not realy anything that you can do but bring it back to the store unles you have skills in programing hardware.
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