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Blue Box in the Corner won't turn off!

Okay I hooked up my TV to the PC to watch movies and I everytime I change to Video to watch a movie from the computer there is a blue box in the corner that will not disappear! The model of the TV is SY2765S Here is how and where the blue box is positioned. And here is how it is set up, I have a 3 port Audio/Video switch to which the cable from the computer is connected to. The cable has audio and s-video, so since the TV doesn't have s-video I had to buy an adapter to connect it. (Port 2) Does anyone know how I can disable the blue box somehow? It is very annoying when watching a movie. It turns off after 2 seconds when I watch a DVD from the DVD player or Regular TV.

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Re: Blue Box in the Corner won't turn off!

That problem might be on the remote of display settings on video display. There is one button that will turn that off. Try Display Settings

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