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I want to permentely turn off degauss mode in my monitor

Hi every time when my monitor on first monitor itself automatically degauss its screen then its proper on. due to this problem my 2 new 250 hard drives and mother board effective because at the time of on it consume a large capacity of electricity because in degauss mode a **** of electricity applies on my system at the time of power on pc . so pleae tell me how can i permently turn off degauss mode when i want to degauss the screen then i shall on it pleaseeeeeee help me out.

i shall be very thankful to you.

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  • aliraza611 Nov 16, 2008

    hi i don't know but in lg flatron 776fm monitor when i power on the monitor the monitor screen first degauss itself then it normally starts i check its menu there is no off option in degauss settings when i want to off it it stills on i don't know why. you know that in dgauss process it consumes a large capacity of electricy due to this electric **** which is like a one second is day by day effect on my pc. so i want to know how can i off the degauss mode.



  • Kevin Shafer
    Kevin Shafer May 11, 2010

    Monitors do not degauss themselves. And, degaussing a monitor could not have made your hard drives and motherboard defective.



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