Question about ViewSonic VE710b 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Constantly reading "auto image adjust" across the screen. What should the resolution be set at?
SOURCE: Always says: Auto Image Adjust
These are the allowable resolutions and refresh frequencies for your monitor. 1280 x 1024 @ 60, 75 Hz 1024 x 768 @ 60, 70, 72, 75 Hz 800 x 600 @ 56, 60, 72, 75 Hz 640 x 480 @ 60, 75 Hz 720 x 400 @ 70 Hz 1280x720 is invalid but I see that you were having problems at 1024x768 which might mean the refresh timing was wrong. Make sure the monitor tab in the display properties (advanced) is correctly set with 'hide modes that this monitor cannot display' so that the display is locked to the valid frequencies and resolutions. If all else fails look at the game .ini configuration settings. You might be able to set a compatible mode there. Or run the game in a window.
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
SOURCE: auto adjust
In case you have connected both the DVI and VGA cables to the back monitor can cause this problem. Try unplugging one of the cables and check if the problem gets resolved
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
SOURCE: Planar 2010M auto adjust
This may be related to a power supply problem that these monitor have.
I think you need to fix the power supply board inside the display itself. It's giving the logic board and backlights fluctuating power and they have weird / intermittant problems.
There is a supplier of power boards online, you can google them with numbers from the board but I don't suggest using them. Look for information on the company before you buy from them. I've seen a lot of complaints for this "international" company.
First check that you are getting a strong 12V from the external power adapter. If so, the problems may be as simple as changing out a few capacitors. (about $8 in new capacitors, plus shipping)
On the PL2010M monitors you need the following parts. I've added digikey part numbers to make life easier:
P10271-ND 220UF 25V Capacitor (3 or 4 depending on PS)
P10275-ND 470UF 25V Capacitor (1)
P10221-ND 470UF 10V Capacitor (4)
If you're not comfortable with soldering and de-soldering electronics, take it to a local technician for the work and give them the parts list above. That should work to fix your issues. I've fixed several of these monitors so far. All the problems were related to the power supplies having bad capacitors. Same with the Planar PL1700 LCD monitors.
There is also a single capacitor on the display logic board, but I haven't seen this one go bad yet.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
I don't know if this solution is credible to all monitors with this problem.... but have a gateway monitor and it kept doing that annoying "auto processing" flash while i worked...but i figured it out...for some wild reason i held down both the "auto" button and "contrast down" button and it fixed it. it will take a couple of tries but on a lucky push I did it and it went away and i havent had a problem since...I hope i have been a little help :)
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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