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Re: processing auto configuration
Check your settings in "Power Options Properties".
Control panel/ power options/ advanced/ under power buttons make sure you have "shut down" when you press the power button on your computer.
I hope I am understanding your problem correctly. If not pls. explain what you mean by and when processing auto config. keeps flashing. Is there a black screen or a windows interface?
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Why do you keep selecting auto configuration? You have the option of manual configuration, don't you? That is there in case the auto does not provide the results you want. So just set it manually to however bright you want.If it just will not go as bright as you would like, the remaining possibilities are aging backlight, inverter, or powerstrip capacitors which are all within your display.most re[pair shops will not even attempty a reiar of an LCD display, and if it turns out yours is deteriorating, you need to think about a new one. Unfortunately the problem with LCD monitors is that they just don't have anywhere near the life of a CRT.
I have a Benq that was continually auto adjusting, I used electronic cleaner spray on all the controls (a good spray) and now there is no problem, suspect the controls were sticking, especially the on/off and the auto adjust button
The auto configuration is just a choice from the main menu. If your monitor OSD is locked so you can't select anything (you get a message when you press any button), you can follow the manual procedure to unlock it. But unless there is some electronic problem with the monitor, you should not be having trouble with autoconfiguration.
it is not a bad rom. if it was a rom it would constantly act up but it only acts up upon overheating. The solution is difficult but if you open the monitor you can find all of the heatsinks take them of and replace them with bigger ones. or have a fan blowing on it at all time it is active i added bigger heatsinks to my emachine le1799 and it solved this problem of pulling up menu and changing setting by itself and the lack of the ability to turn power of.