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25" flat screen Sceptre monitor

My 25" flat screen Sceptre monitor needs to be re calibrated (off center, etc.). I can bring up the on screen "dialog box" but it doesn't recognize my keyboard, so I can't access it.

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Hi...there,
Just open your on-screen display on the monitor and go to auto adjust by using the (+ -) buttons. Then once you get to auto adjust press that first button again that you used to open the on-screen display with. That will fixed the problems you had... You don't need to used your keyboard... Have a nice day!

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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