A"lock" keeps appearing for no reason and the menu button does not work!
Hi... my moniter has a problem...a "lock" logo keeps appearing for no reason...and it is kinda annoying, as it leaves and comes out suddenly, and it in the midde of my moniter...also...none of the buttons work while the logo is shown...plz...help me get rid of this....THZ
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appear. You can do different function you want for your monitor to do such as turning the menu off. Observe if the button is working properly, if it is stuck the "menu" on screen won't go away.The buttons are either on the right hand side facing you or under the panel.Buttons go bad due to improper use. If it is bad you have to replace the control panel.
This is how:
OSD Lock & Unlock
When pressing the AUTO button after locking the OSD
When pressing the MENU button after locking the OSD
This is the function that locks the OSD in order to keep the current states of settings or prevent others
from adjusting the current settings.
Lock : Hold down the MENU button for more than five (5) seconds to activate the OSD adjustment
Unlock : Hold down the MENU button for more than five (5) seconds to deactivate the OSD adjustment
mmm look you have a setting problem reset the screen to it's defulat if it didn't solve the problem you will have to change the press bottoms and you will need some who know electronics to help you with the board but first try to rest it to the defulat settings
the "Out of Range" message usually appears when the video card is putting out a video resolution or frequency that the monitor isn't able to handle. You should reboot your computer and BEFORE the Windows screen shows up, press the F8 button once every half-second. THis will bring up the boot menu for Windows. Select "Enable VGA Mode" and press enter. THis will load Windows in VGA mode where the screen resolution will be 800x600 @ 60Hz. Any modern monitor is able to use this. Once you log into Windows with the basic video settings, you can go into the Display properties within Windows and bump up your resolution and frequency as needed.
I have the same problem. It seems like a virus to me, but my anti-virus doesn't find anything. I went to the main menu on the moniter and changed the display time to five seconds and locked the OSD display. Now all the appears is a smaller box showing a lock which goes out in five seconds. It is still annoying, but less intrusive then before. Hopefully, some one will determine a permanent fix for this problem.